We're truly garateful to Mumbai, for presenting us with a plethora of exclusive events to attend and honestly, the party never stops here in the city. A home to prominent stars and a host to several well-famed personalities, Mumbai is yet again on a roll to provide us with an experience we can't forget.

This summer, precisely in June, Mumbai will be hosting Lauv, one of our favourite pop singers who has given us hits as I like me Better, Lonely, Feelings, Mean it and so on! Watching him perform right in front of our eyes is definitely going to be a memory we will cherish for a long time to come.

What's Happening?

To make you fall in lauv with him all over again, Lauv will be performing at Dome, NSCI SVP Stadium on the 18th of June, 6 PM onwards! This concert is a perfect excuse for your gang to huddle once again and if you have been meaning to surprise bae with a well-planned date, this is it.

But if you've been living under a stone and have no idea about this music prodigy, let us do the honours of bringing him into your lives. Lauv, whose real name is Ari Leff, is a 25-year-old guitarist who has been surfing through a massive wave of success! A SoundCloud find, Lauv has gone platinum in 6 countries. Even with the success of his own music, Lauv has been penning new music for other hitmakers too.

Knock Knock

But if you're not familiar with his music and have second thoughts about it, we're sincerely urging you to take the risk of attending this concert. Amidst all the rising pop artistes now, Lauv is the one who has been constantly churning hits and making us groove.

So get your tickets ASAP and mark your calendars because this will be a night, you wouldn't want to miss out on.

Location: Dome @ NSCI, Mumbai

Date & Timings: 18 June 2020, 6 PM onwards

Book your tickets here.

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