Atlanta sources added that A R Rahman and his team of talented musicians performed in Atlanta on Saturday, August 25th, 2018. Accordingly the event was held at the Infinite Energy Arena at Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth and this musical show was sold out, and a blockbuster hit. Meanwhile the performers were A R Rahman, Mano, Neeti Mohan, Ranjit Barot, Udit Narayan, Javed Ali, Haricharan, Jonita Gandhi, and Linda Lind. All are famous stars of their own accord.
Furthermore A R Rahman and his team are touring North America for two months and will be performing at multiple cities like New York,Houston,Chicago,Orlando,San Francisco,Los Angeles,Ontario. Atlantamusic lovers were fortunate to have this show in Atlanta on August 25th. Moreover the city frequently hosts Indian cultural shows performed by artists from India. But this show was special.
Moreover the three organizers of
the event were Anand Entertainment, Time Starz Entertainment, and NNKB Dance in
association with National sponsor of 27th Investments.
Hence all the sponsors and organizers thanked the crowd for making the concert
a great success. Further Bhavana Anand, the founder of Anand Entertainment,
worked tirelessly over the last three months to bring this show to Atlanta.
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