SING - ALONG Start FOR 2017January 11, 2017, 9:22 pm
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Sing-along events turned out to be extremely popular, last year, and the one that generated lots of excitement was The Island/Sunday Island Sing-along, organized by the Rhythm World Dance Studio.
Shiromi Perera, Directress of Rhythm World, and her team, generally do a great job of making their sing-along evenings, memorable events.
Their fourth sing-along was a sell out – overbooked, in fact – and the large crowd present, that particular evening, had several surprises coming their way!
Sohan & The X-Periments have been tagged the number one sing-along band, and quite rightly so.
They were seen and heard at most of last year’s sing-alongs, and they ended 2016 on a stupendous note; their 31st night dance turned out to be a record-breaking ball!
Well, the guys are now ready to create another happening scene – at Rhythm World’s 5th sing-along.
The venue will be the now famous The Grand Monarch Hotel, in Thalawathugoda, and you need to keep Saturday, February 18th free.
According to Shiromi, who is also Vice-President, International Dance Asia, and an Adjudicator, the action will be from 7.00 pm onwards.
‘Generally, we wind up proceedings, around 12 midnight, but this time we have added two hours more for dancing," said Shiromi.
She also went on to say that dinner will be served, plus a welcome drink, plus a songbook, plus entrance gift – all for Rs. 2600 per person.
Since it’s very much a family affair, she said she would like to see families turning up.
"I want them all to come and have a whole load of fun, especially during the sing-along sessions.
However, she did add that it would be advisable for tickets to be purchase early.
"At our last sing-along, I had several calls for tickets but there was no room to accommodate the latecomers, and many were left disappointed."
Yes, you need to be a part of this fun-filled event. And, to make doubly sure that you don’t end up feeling disappointed, with no tickets available, call up Shiromi NOW, on 0777799011
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