Global Music Event Comes to South Yorkshire

16th February 2015

More than 4,000 party goers are expected to arrive at Magna as it welcomes an event to celebrate the history of 'house' music.

Around 50 DJs, will play on Saturday 7 March, including Todd Terry, Farley 'Jackmaster' Funk and Julie McNight, who are flying in from America specially. Running through the night from 8pm to 5am, 'History: a journey through house' will span five separate arenas at Magna. The event, organised by The History brand, has already been to Ibiza, Qatar and Dubai. General admission tickets are £28 and there is an option to pay £35 on the night. A range of VIP packages are available but are limited. Donna Shaw, of Magna, said: -It's great to bring this international event to South Yorkshire, and we hope everyone is looking forward to a great night. -Hosting an event like this just shows what a versatile venue Magna is. We can offer space for dance events and wedding receptions right through to big business conferences. Magna, which is housed in the former Templeborough steel works, can cater for between 5 and 5,000 people. As well as being a corporate venue, Magna is also an award-winning visitor attraction with more than 100 hands-on exhibits designed to explore the four elements of air, water, earth and fire, and it hosts regular school trips. For more information about Magna go to www.visitmagna.co.uk

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