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Focus band
Jim Marshall Auditorium


Rescheduled from Sunday 20 June 2021 to Thursday 28 April 2022 and our Box Office team will be in contact by email with ticket holders
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With their unique brand of progressive rock, Focus manifested themselves at the start of the 1970s as the most successful and appreciated of all the Dutch pop-rock exports. Fronted by founding member Thijs Van Leer, and best known for their hits "Hocus Pocus", "House of The King" and "Sylvia", as well as critically acclaimed albums 'Moving Waves', 'Focus 3' and 'Hamburger Concerto', the iconic Dutch music masters have long enjoyed world-wide success. 

And now a new Focus era has arrived! There is a rejuvenated passion among the band as it released its latest album - Focus 11 last year and prepares to go out on the road again for a world tour.

Ebony Buckle

Supported by Ebony Buckle

Ebony Buckle is a London-based singer/songwriter, originally from Australia. Writing and performing with her husband, musician Nick Burns, who also produces her music, Ebony uses captivating stories to hold a mirror up to herself and the world. Ebony has just released her debut album Disco Lasers, a collection of audio-visual stories celebrating the wonders of our universe and how we as human beings make sense of our existence through folklore legends, science and our imagination.For more information about Ebony Buckle, please visit her website at

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