[www.inewsguyana.com] – The Indian Arrival Committee (IAC) has announced that it is removing all admission charges for its “Hamara Guyana Concerts” slated for Friday, May 01 at the National Stadium, Providence; Saturday, May 02, at the Anna Regina Community Centre Ground and Tuesday, May 05, 2015, at the Albion Sports Complex.
The IAC says its decision to waive the admission charges for the three events is “based on the strong support it continues to receive from well-wishers and benefactors. The IAC takes this opportunity to express its gratitude to the individuals and organisations that have made the free admission possible.”
The three “Hamara Guyana Concerts” are activities to commemorate the 177th anniversary of Indian arrival in Guyana. Trinidadians KI, Artie Butkoon and Satnarine Raghu, along with International Guyanese artiste Terry Gajraj and Marissa Deodat, will perform at the National Stadium and will be backed by KI’s band.
Garjaj, Deodat, Butkoon and Raghu will perform in Essequibo and will be backed by the Sangeet Rhythms Band. Raghu will be replaced by Neval Chatelal for the Berbice concert with the artistes being backed by the Shakti Strings Orchestra. Some three dozen local dancers will also be part of these events.
Gates will be opened from 3pm.