One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain – Bob Marley
Music is a great healer and it also helps you to connect with people emotionally. I have been great admirer of music and it has actually helped me connect with a lot of people.
Seagram’s 100 Pipers has been a great initiator when it comes to supporting a cause and with their #PlayForACause initiative they have been doing phenomenal work.
Keeping this in mind and carrying the great initiative forward, 100 Pipers this year brings you “The Dire Straits Experience” performance for the first time in India. Through this, the brand will support villagers in Rajasthan get sustainable drinking water, certainly a fine play for a cause.
Music concerts have been great platforms for organizations to create awareness and this year the band is also playing for a cause.
If you are a fan of The Dire Straits Experience (which I am sure you are), you shouldn’t miss this opportunity because they will play some of their greatest hits including Money for Nothing, Walk of Life, Brothers in Arms, Sultans of Swing, Romeo and Juliet, Tunnel of Love and more. This event will feature Chris White (sax, flute, percussion, vocals), Chris Whitten (drums) & Terence Reis (Lead Vocals and Guitar),
This is The Dire Straits Experience’s first ever performance in India and they will be playing at Gurgaon and Bangalore on March 17th and March 19th respectively. You can buy tickets from BookMyShow and share your support for the cause.
Chris White shared that the power of music is incredible as it spans across nations, culture, religions, races and brings people together. It’s a binding force and they are very excited to play in India. It is also about creating awareness and bringing people together for a cause – to help the villagers in Rajasthan get the basic necessity of life – WATER! Through their music, they will awaken within us the spirit of compassion and love and captivate and soothe, resurrect and transform.
This article is sponsored by 100 Pipers.