Harshdeep Kaur and Javed Ali (inset).
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DUBAI – Two of India’s most soulful voices are all set to fire up a musical evening in Dubai in September and the priciest ticket is going to cost you Dh7,500!
Organisers of Sounds of Sufi with Harshdeep Kaur and Javed Ali said that the ticket includes a VIP table and entry for eight people, and food and beverage.
The concert, which is expected to last 1 hour and 50 minutes, will be held at Joharah Ballroom of Madinat Jumeirah on September 26.
After a sold out premier in Singapore in May, Kaur and Ali are coming to Dubai to give a soulful experience of beautiful sufi songs that will include their famous hits from Bollywood, Sufi and folk music.
Kaur, known as the Queen of Sufi, is one of the leading playback female singers in the Indian film industry. She is known for her versatile and soulful voice and has worked with music directors, including A.R. Rahman. She is currently a judge on popular singing talent show “The Voice”.
Ali, dubbed the Versatile Golden Voice, is a prolific Indian playback singer and live performer. He shot to fame with his first song “Ek Din Teri Raahon Mein”. He is known for his hit Hindi songs “Jashn-e-Bahara” and “Aira Gair”, among scores of others.
Fans in the UAE can still watch the duo with lesser priced tickets: Dh490 for Platinum class, Dh290 for Gold class and Dh190 for Silver class. Tickets are available on bookmyshow.com. ICA/Expat Media
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