Lucknow is one of the most happening cities in the country and to add to that, HCL is bringing Desert Storm to the city. The event is a great opportunity for you to blow off steam and immerse yourself in the varied musical tones that the performers have to offer. HCL Concerts Desert Storm musical show will take place on March 08 at Sangeet Natak Akademi in Lucknow.

Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. These words are as relevant as ever and the musical night is sure to be a cathartic experience. The lineup includes some great, well known and talented musicians, each with their unique musical styles. Musicians such as Grammy winner and Padma Bhushan awardee, Pt Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, Tantree Samrat, Pt Salil Bhatt and the Manganiyars among several others will grace the show.

The best part is that the musical fest offers a break from your average pop music and brings to the floor some soothing Indian classical music and folk style music. With unique instruments such as mohan veena, satvik veena, khartal, dholak, harmonium, and tabla, the music is certainly something that is a wholesome experience for the soul.

Along with the music, there will be a light show synchronized with the audio treats, making for a better and more immersive experience. The event will be a harmony of Rajasthani Folk and Indian Classical music and is perhaps the best way to rewind and let the music take over.

When- March 08, 2019
Where- Sangeet Natak Akademi, Vipin Khand, Gomti Nagar
Price- ₹75 onwards. Book your tickets here!

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