80% of tickets to Dimash Kudaibergen's show in London sold so far

07 November, 2018, 09:42 496
80% of tickets to Dimash Kudaibergen's show in London sold so far

The funds earned are to support young talents within Kazakhstan. 

 

Kazakh singer Dimash Kudaibergen will perform a solo concert on November 19 in London, which is part of the Kazakhstan Cultural Days in Great Britain, BNews.kz reports.  

Reportedly, the Kazakh singer's fans have already purchased all tickets, which went on sale on October 19 at 11.00 a.m. As of today, around 80% of the tickets are sold. All funds earned are to support Kazakhstan's young talents.  

"Friends! I can't wait to see you in London! Get ready! I prepared a surprise for you. I promise it will be an outstanding show! And..... Another surprise: tickets are still available! Go to axs.com and get one!" Dimash Kudaibergen shares on his social network page. 

The unique show is to take place in legendary Indigo at The O2. Its spectators will see a completely new programme by Dimas Kudaibergen. The concert opens at 06.30 p.m. (London time), with the programme starting at 08.00 p.m. The concert's 2-hour programme includes 4 locations, with a live band's performance, dances, 3D-effect performances, and many others. 

The show will be in such a way that spectators of the fan zone will be part of the performance. Dimash will sing SOS d'un terrien in tribute to the memory of his friend Denis Ten. In addition, the concert will include the most favorable songs among Dimash's fans, as well as the guests will see musical premiers-compositions. 

During the show, the young singer will perform songs and dances, as well as he will play musical instruments, which is another peculiarity of the DQ show.  

Dimash Kudaibergan - is a Kazakh singer, composer, multi-instrumentalist with a wide vocal range, encompassing 6 octaves and 1 note.  

The show's organizer is the Ministry of Culture and Sports of Kazakhstan with the support of the embassy of Kazakhstan to the United KIngdom of Great Britain and Nothern Ireland.