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India's Singing Queen Neha Kakkar In Vancouver!

Darpan News Desk, 07 Feb, 2019
  • India's Singing Queen Neha Kakkar In Vancouver!

SHE’s the only singer ever to get 10 minute standing ovation at her last appearance in Vancouver and the ‘ Singing Queen‘, who recently regaled audiences world wide with her stint as judge at the INDIAN IDOL Season 10, is coming with all her popular songs at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Sunday , April 14,2019 at 7 pm for what promises to be another singing & dancing riot.


Accompanied by Indian Idol singer & talented Mumbai musicians , she’ll bring the house down with her latest Aankh Maare… & Kaala Chashma … and many more upbeat songs which have made her the favourite of young & old alike .


Tickets at $35,45,55,65,75,100,125,150 & VIP + $3.50 F.C. are available at www.vtixonline.com & www.kvpentertainers.com or call KAMAL SHARMA of Kamal’s Video Palace & KVP Entertainers at (604)833-1977 or (604)592-9777

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