Continuing its successful legacy of hosting early winter concerts for rock music lovers in the capital, Brandmyth Experiential is holding “November Rain Volume 2” at the capital’s International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB) exhibition area. .
The concert, scheduled to thrill rock fans on November 12, features a cast of 10 esteemed bands in the country: Aurtohin, Artcell, Black, Cryptic Fate, Viking, Chirkutt, Indalo, Meghdol, Ashes and Powersurge.
A press conference was held at The Daily Star center on Tuesday, where organizers briefed reporters on details of the event.
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“The first edition of our ‘November Rain’ concert series, which featured some of the country’s biggest artists, was held on the same date the previous year. We then successfully held the popular band Shironamhin’s 25th anniversary concert with overwhelmingly positive reception, and now we are ready to entertain the band’s music fans with ‘November Rain Volume 2’ this coming Saturday,” said the organizers at the press conference. .
It has been announced that Artcell, Black, Cryptic Fate – collectively known as the “ABC” generation during the heyday of these popular bands between 2000 and 2010 – will delight their fans once again on November Rain Volume 2, with exclusive collaborative performances. including a special song titled “Ashirbad”.
Meghdol vocalist Shibu Kumer Shill praised the initiative behind the event, saying, “Our generation has huge expectations for these types of concerts. The band music scene in Bangladesh has suffered a severe loss due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and this type of mega gigs can benefit both bands and artists.
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Brandmyth mentioned that unlike the previous edition of “November Rain”, this year the concert will be an outdoor concert to entertain more audiences. The venue has been divided into two separate zones – Myth Zone and Rockers Zone, and two tiers of tickets, worth 1050 tk and 550 tk, are available for the concert on the getsetrock.com website.
The room will welcome spectators from 1 p.m., according to the organizers.