Pakistani rock band will be pulling all the "Strings" in Dubai this week!
Pakistani rock band Strings will perform at Dubai's Global Village this week. (File photo)
Global Village, the leading family entertainment and cultural destination, will this Friday, November 13th, host internationally acclaimed Pakistani pop and rock band Strings, in a show that is set to electrify the already festive energy at the main cultural stage.
Strings founding members Bilal Maqsood and Faisal Kapadia began their journey to prominence in Karachi. They soon enjoyed growing popularity after releasing their self-entitled album ‘Strings’ in 1990. With their strong lyrical content and unique harmonious sound, it was Strings’ 3rd album Duur that strengthened the band’s success and catapulted them to worldwide fame.
Strings, are best known for their famous singles Sar Kiye Yeh Pahar, Duur, Zinda hoon and Dhaani. Their unique, melodious and poetic harmonies has over the years captivated the hearts of revellers and fans of Pakistani pop and Indian culture. The band embraces influences from its rich cultural heritage, with its music now commonly featuring in Bollywood films such as Zinda and Shoutout at Lokhandwala. They have also been the producers of the successful hit show Coke Studio since its 7th season.
Ticket entry prices will remain AED 15 for adults and free entry for children under three. People with a disability and adults over 65 years receive free entry.
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