From musicians, dancers, storytellers to writers, artists love to spread and share their creativity around the world. Recently a number of singers from India such as Shaan and Rockstar DSP gave breathtaking performances at their live concerts in Mauritius and Malaysia. Jubin Nautiyal, meanwhile, is gearing up to spread his phenomenal talent in the US and Canada. And now, Sonu Nigam is also all set to follow suit.
Sonu Nigam is the epitome of live entertainment. Stage and Nigam go hand in hand. He has given innumerable performances across the world from India to UK, US, Africa, Singapore, France, Germany, Pakistan, Dubai, etc.
This year, Sonu is all set to perform in Mauritius once again as he has always been much appreciated by the people of Mauritius. He will be performing at Swami Vivekananda International Convention Centre (SVICC) on July 15, 2023 from 8 pm. The Live Concert will last for two hours and the singer has promised to make it electrifying, like always, with his singing, dancing and directly interacting with the audiences.
While announcing the concert officially, organizer Ajay Deora, director of GravityXero shared, “Sonu Nigam is a singer who likes to interact with the public. During the two hours or more that he will be on stage, he will not only sing but also dance. The audience will undoubtedly have a great time.”
Seems like Sonu is quite fond of the fans from Mauritius as this is not the first time he is performing in the island country. Previously in 2019, he performed in a sensational concert, attended by thousands of fans at SVICC.
Ajay Deora also revealed that apart from his chartbuster songs from his album ‘Yaad’ (2001) and films like ‘Saathiya’ (2002) and ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’ (2003), Sonu will also sing his cover songs of the famous yesteryear singer-composer Mohammad Rafi. He promised that the upcoming Live Concert 2023 will stand out as it will provide a different experience to his fans.
According to reports, the singer will be performing with his team of twenty-five other musicians in Mauritius.