Sonu Nigam to perform at Bahrain race
Manama, October 31, 2013
Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) has added celebrated Indian pop star Sonu Nigam to its line-up of entertainers who will perform at this year’s World Endurance Championship (WEC) Six Hours of Bahrain.
It will be the debut Bahrain concert for the award-winning star who joins a selection of international talents that will take to the stage live at the endurance racing spectacle at BIC on November 29 and 30, said a BNA report.
The exact date of his concert has not been made known yet.
With a fanbase that cuts across the boundaries of nations and languages, Sonu Nigam is an embodiment of versatility and natural talent. The star has lent his crisp, clear and soothing voice to the soundtracks of several films from the sub-continent including Hindi, Kannada, Urdu, Oriya, Tamil, Assamese, Punjabi, Bengali, Malayalam, Marathi, Telugu and Nepali movies. Further afield, his vocal contribution to the Japanese animation film The Mystical Laws, is just one of his international projects.
The Six Hours of Bahrain is set to be a fun-filled weekend that combines high-octane motorsport action, with exciting and colourful entertainment attractions for the entire family. Apart from the Six Hours of Bahrain, the weekend will feature a list of engaging support races and colourful family entertainment.
Tickets for the Six Hours of Bahrain cost BD20 for adults and BD10 for children aged from three to 12 years. Entry is free to children aged up to three. Le Mans Spirit Club tickets cost BD200 for two days and give holders remarkable views of the action, along with the club’s premium hospitality.
Tickets can be bought through BIC’s newly launched online ticketing system which is located at BIC’s official website www.bahraingp.com or by calling the BIC hotline on 17450000.
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