Musicians return from Dubai to play in the Bay

2018-06-06 06:00
Popular musicians Donovan Hattingh (left) and Lani Botha.         Photo:SUPPLIED

Popular musicians Donovan Hattingh (left) and Lani Botha. Photo:SUPPLIED

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MUSICIANS Donovan Hattingh and Lani Botha are back in Port Elizabeth from Dubai and will share their musical duo journey for one last gasp performance at Eddie Macs in Victoria Park today.

The duo have been working in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the last seven years, and have not performed in Port Elizabeth since 2014. This event is to help them raise funds for Hattingh’s children to move to the UAE with him, which is an extremely expensive undertaking.

The duo will perform with backing tracks as they have been doing in the UAE, and will play all the favourites they’re known for, as well as a lot of new material that Port Elizabeth music fans have never heard them play before.

There will be lots of 1960s, ’70s and ’80s hits from bands like Queen, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and many others.

The one night only show starts at 19:00. The entry fee of R50 at the door gets you in for four hours of great tunes.

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