With umpteen soulful songs in his repertoire, Lucky Ali is a timeless artiste.

The ’90s are long gone but songs like O Sanam, Aa Bhi Ja, Hairat, amidst others, still makes us sing along and no road trip or a bus-ride is complete without these gems. Even in 2019, people can’t get enough of Lucky Ali's musical genius and we're always looking an excuse to watch him perform live!

So if you’re on the same boat as us and want to watch this legend perform live in Delhi, then you can start screaming with joy right away because Lucky Ali is coming to the city next month!

What’s Happening?

Here at the Sirifort Auditorium, on November 10th, 8 PM onwards, Lucky Ali will be belting out his hits and there’s no excuse for you to skip out on this one!

Our hearts are already pumping out of our chests due to excitement and honestly, we can’t imagine a better November evening! Gather up your squad and embrace the nostalgic ‘90s with croon-worthy tunes and we’re sure, you’ll be humming the songs of love, life and more for quite some time, after.

Lucky Ali's soft yet rugged salt and pepper vibes coupled with a voice crafted especially by the heavens, has us swooning over him and we wish, he released fresh melodies more often.

Knock Knock

Lucky Ali’s songs are gems straight from our personal diaries, which we've protected more than life itself. With a voice that has the magical powers to transport us to a world with no worries and songs hoping for a better tomorrow, Lucky Ali's concert is a must visit.

So get your tickets ASAP and head over to experience an evening full of nostalgia and an inhibited charisma, that is Lucky Ali.

Location: Sirifort Auditorium, Delhi

Date & Timings: 10th November, 8 PM onwards

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