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Saregama signs Kailasa for World Tour 2012

 

 

Eyeing the live performance space, music label Saregama has flagged off a new events division and would be signing Indian artists to perform globally.

As part of their plans, Saregama business head Adarsh Gupta confirmed to Sound Box that the label would soon be signing five more upcoming artists this season and will be hosting global tours for them.

The label, this week announced their ambitious Kailasa World Tour 2012 slated for the first week of April. Comprising of Kailash Kher and brothers Naresh and Paresh Kamath, Kailasa will hit Europe, touring Holland, Liverpool, Birminham and London, before moving to Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Washington DC, New York, Chicago, San Francesco, Seattle and Los Angeles in the US. The Kailasa tour will culminate in Canada.

While making the announcement, Saregama business head music Adarsh Gupta said, “The tour has been set up by Saregama’s new Events Division, with an aim to be the leading provider of exquisite live artistes, not only pan India, but worldwide.”

Tour Schedule:

Euro Tour Starts 4 April

Wed Symphony hall Birmingham – 4 April

Philharmonic hall Liverpool – 6 April

Holland – 7 April

Hmv Hammersmith Apollo, London – 8 April

Demontfirt hall, Leicester – 11 April

US Tour Starts 12 April venues

 

 

 

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