Saturday Night Live: Navin Kundra celebrates year of virtual concerts

Saturday Night Live: Navin Kundra celebrates year of virtual concerts

It has been over a year since the first stay-at-home lockdown in Britain and also a packed year of virtual concerts from popular British Indian singer-songwriter Navin Kundra, who refused to let lockdown get anybody down. And, the musician is now marking this milestone with a very special Saturday Night Live concert this weekend.

In a message for his fans, Navin told iGlobal: “This is about celebrating them! We have never faced something like this, having our world turned upside down.

“Now, as the world begins to open up, it is time to celebrate it with some singing and dancing. This concert promises to be an unforgettable experience, with live dancing and a VIP after party. A real roller-coaster journey and everyone’s invited.”

The April 3 party hosted by the versatile performer will include:

  • Songs from all eras in English, Hindi & Punjabi

  • Every genre from Bollywood to Motown and Disco to Bhangra

  • Live Music performed by my award-winning band, The 515 Crew

  • Mesmerising Dance Choreography by Bollywood Dance School Professional Dancers

  • An Exclusive VIP Zoom After Party (**VIP Tickets Only) – you can party and interact with Navin and all the performers live, and enjoy an epic live set by hot international DJ Vik Toreus

  • Stunning production, lighting and sets for a fully immersive experience

Navin adds: “I’ve created a brand-new live music and dance extravaganza that is bigger and better than before, and will leave you buzzing and ready to take on the world.

“I want to invite you to do something for yourself because the last 12 months have been tough and surviving them is something to celebrate – you deserve it. And the best part is that everyone in your home can join in too!”

*Grab your tickets now. As an added treat for iGlobal readers, the singer is offering a special discount with the code IGLOBAL10 at checkout here.

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