Klose To My Soul To Benefit World Partnership Walk

Sonu Nigam
Sonu Nigam performs in 2012. Photo by Chandra Bodalia
KAMAL Sharma of KVP Entertainers has announced that one dollar from the sale of every ticket for Sonu Nigam’s Klose To My Soul concert on Saturday, May 24 at the PNE Coliseum will go to the Aga Khan Foundation-sponsored World Partnership Walk on Sunday, May 25.

Sonu is raising the bar of South Asian musical concerts as until today all his concerts have been absolutely sold out and there’s an amazing interest for the concert in Vancouver as he brings the “biggest Indian musical concert ever” to Vancouver.

Accompanied by 50 members of the finest Indian symphony orchestra, 12 dancers from Bollywood, four singers and numerous technicians / engineers, the concert has been a rage all over and as always, Sonu promises an incredible experience to cherish forever.

The concert has been brought to Vancouver by KVP Entertainers and Kamal’s Video Palace. The sale of tickets at $ 35, $45, $55, $65, $75 and $100 has reportedly been quite brisk.

Tickets can be bought in person from Kamal’s Video Palace or the PNE box-office or they could be charged over the phone by calling 604-592-9777 or online from www.ticketleader.ca.

Sonu’s concerts in Trinidad, Guyana, Washington DC, New Jersey and Toronto were sold way in advance, notes Kamal Sharma whom you can contact for more information at 604-833-1977.