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British band RDB to perform in Gurgaon
Concerts are not usual in Gurgaon, so much so that people here crave to hear some good musicians singing live in the city. After the Mettalica fiasco, people are skeptical about concerts, but they would love to have some loud music. Answering all these people's prayers, RDB, a British band is coming to play in Gurgaon on 28 June 2014.

Hosting the event would be The Kingdom of Dreams in Gurgaon and this is the first time that the band would be performing in Delhi NCR region. Famous for songs such as Sadi Gali of Tanu Weds Manu, title track of the film Singh is King and Om Mangalam from Kambhakkht Ishq, this band is know for peppy and fast songs.

The band has three sikh brothers, who have collaborated with celebrities such as Akshay Kumar, Saif Ali Khan, Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, T-Plain and Public Enemy to name a few. Also known as Rhythm, Dhol Bass they are coming to spread their British Bangra with Gurgoanites this weekend.

While this a paid event, the tickets are being sold like hot cakes. However, the host Kingdom of Dreams have some special provision for school kids. When asked about the upcoming event, a fan of RDB said, '' I am just waiting for office to get over on the 28. It would be full on masti time for us. We are going in a big group and we expect a lot of fun.'' Equally excited another corporate employee said, '' I have bought 10 tickets and almost my entire team is coming with me for the show. Lets just hope that this time there is no hangama.''

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