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SA band Prime Circle hits Durban Botanic Gardens on March 25
02 Mar 2012
Gig Guide Reporter

THE Old Mutual Music at the Lake series presents the South African Music Award-winning top rock band, Prime Circle, at the Durban Botanic Gardens on March 25. The show marks Prime Circle’s return to South Africa after its European tour.

The band returns from its three-week long, three-country, 12-city European tour, and they are looking forward to being welcomed back home by their Durban-based fans. “We always have such a great time performing in Durban, and especially at the Durban Botanic Gardens,” said Ross Learmonth, lead singer of the band. “What could be better than performing for awesome fans in an amazing setting? And we get to do our bit for the environment. It’s the nicest atmosphere to perform in.”

Prime Circle continues to astound audiences both locally and internationally, armed with its arsenal of hit songs and effervescent stage performances. And South Africa’s top rock band just recently cemented their reputation as a world-class act by performing on stage with the international bands 3 Doors Down and South African band, Seether.

Fans should get ready for a truly brilliant performance by our home-grown superstars, as they are ready to blow the audience away at the Old Mutual Music at the Lake series’ official 2012 launch.

The band will be in good company on the day as the talented Holiday Murray will also be taking to the stage at the concert.

The Old Mutual Music at the Lake series presents live concerts every month throughout the year at the Durban Botanic Gardens, and all proceeds from the performances go towards an innovative people-and- plant-development programme, the Garden Window Project, within the Durban Botanic Gardens.



For more information about this and other events in the Durban Botanic Gardens, visit the website at www.durbanbotanic gardens.org.za or phone 031 322 4021.

Tickets are available online at www.webtickets.co.za ticket are R110 online, or R120 at the gate on the day.

Children between eight and 12 pay R50, and children under eight get in for free.

Drinks, cooler boxes and picnic baskets are welcome, and gates open at 12:30 pm.

Secure parking is available on the Juventus grounds. Entrance to all parking is off lower John Zikhale (Sydenham) Road, adjacent to the Botanic Gardens and the Munies hockey field, also off lower John Zikhale Road.

The next act at the Old Mutual Music at the Lake series will be The Parlotones on April 15.

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