On Tuesday, thousands of music fans will gather at the Kanchenjungha Stadium in this city to see Arijit Singh perform live. This will be the renowned playback singer’s first show in the area.
“People from Assam, Bihar, and Sikkim will also visit the city tomorrow, making this a Northeast festival. The wait for his admirers has started, and preparations are well under way, according to Nishi Kant Agarwal, a member of the team in charge of organising the event.
He claimed that the pattern in ticket sales already demonstrated how excited people were for the performance on Tuesday night, where Arijit, who is renowned for his smooth singing, would perform 50 to 60 songs over the course of three hours.
This will be the singer’s second live performance in Murshidabad in the last 1.5 months. He is from Jangipur. Arijit had a performance at Aquatica in Calcutta on February 18.
“We’re anxiously anticipating the stadium entrances opening. We are hoping he will perform some of our beloved Bollywood songs because it will be an unforgettable musical evening, said Nikita Agarwal, a third-year Siliguri College student who is getting ready to enter the arena on Tuesday night with his friends.
Hundreds of additional people from the Darjeeling hills and surrounding areas will join the Siliguri inhabitants.
“This venue will feature Arijit Singh. Seeing him live is like experiencing a fantasy come true. There is no chance of missing the event, according to Avik Chakraborty, who will be there with his wife at the arena.
Tickets for the event are available from Rs 1,999 to Rs 60,000, according to the promoters.
According to a source, “the sale is consistent and it appears that over 20,000 people will be at the stadium tomorrow.”
The performance is being planned in great detail. The instruments for the stage that has been set up at the northern end of the arena have been transported here by about 20 trucks from Mumbai.
Senior police officials paid the stadium a call on Monday. They examined the venue’s protection and other preparations.
According to sources, the arena would have about 300 bouncers, 100 security personnel, and 300 volunteers.
A insider said, “On top of it, there will be hundreds of police officers in and around the stadium.”
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