Penn Masala was started by a group of students studying in the University of Pennsylvania in 1996 and now it has reached the peak of excellence with the amazing music that they create.
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- This stunning band is soon going to take over Delhi and set the stage on fire on the 26th of May, 2017 to turn your Friday night into the most memorable moment ever. Penn Masala’s concert will be held at Siri Fort Auditorium & the tickets are now live!
Coming for the first time in India
Penn Masala will be coming for the first time in India and Delhi is a part of their India tour, so you cannot let this opportunity to groove to their brilliant music slip away from your hands. You wouldn’t wanna be the geek who misses out on Penn Masala, c’mon!
World’s first South Asian a cappella group
Penn Masala is the world’s first South Asian a cappella group that is aware of the Eastern and the Western culture both and by putting this advantage to use, they have created a lot of kickass mashups of the Hollywood and the Bollywood songs. In fact, they have till date released ten albums and all of them have been a hit.
Loved by a huge chunk of population
There is nobody alive on this planet who dislikes Penn Masala, and by nobody we mean literally nobody! This group of talented musicians has performed for several big and famous occasions ranging from Indian Filmfare Awards to the White House. Known personalities like Ban Ki-Moon and Mukesh Ambani absolutely loved their performance.
Once in a lifetime opportunity
Now that you have a little idea about Penn Masala, you might as well go and witness their soulful performance. Because experience matters more than just knowing about things, isn’t that right? Also we are sure you won’t regret a single penny that you spend on this. Oh yes, they are that cool!
- That you book your tickets soon before they get sold out. Everybody is making a move to get their hands on the tickets of Penn Masala, when will you?
Book your tickets here.
Sneak Peak | Siri Fort Auditorium, Siri Institutional Area
On | Friday, 26th May