Over the years Kailash and his band, Kailasa, have become the musical voice of Indian youth, regularly touring Indian universities and college campuses, attracting a loyal and increasingly influential 15-35 age fan base.
When India’s youth went out on streets in support of Anna Hazare’s anti-corruption rallies last year, Kailash was one of the key public figures amongst them and lent his voice to the rousing anthem ‘Ambar Tak Yehi Naad Goonjege’.
At the age of 38, Kailash Kher is one of India’s youngest and most successful music artistes. With 800 live concerts , over sixty different film soundtracks and nearly two hundred jingles to his credit, plus stints as a judge on several popular television shows such as Indian Idol, it’s no surprise that Kailash has amassed a huge fan following amongst India’s 459m youth population.
This Easter, Kailash and concert promoter, Saregama Events, are reaching out to young British born Asians, plus the estimated 43,000 Indian and more Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan students currently residing in the UK, by offering special student discounted tickets to Kailash’s Birmingham and Liverpool concerts as part of his first ever UK Tour which runs from April 4th – 9th, 2012.
UK-based students can now buy Kailash concert tickets at a special reduced rate of: £17.50 – Wednesday 4th April 2012 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham. You can book your tickets by telephone 0121 780 3333 or online via www.thsh.co.uk and quote the promo code: “Student 2012”
Tickets for the show on Friday 6th April 2012 at Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool for £15.00 and £17.50 are available in person only at the box office on presentation of student ID.
London and Leicester concert student discount details to follow on BollyNewsUK.