Deep Purple performing live in Nepal:15th March 2013

CaptureDeep Purple are a British rock band formed in Hertford in 1968. They are considered to be among the pioneers of heavy metal and modern hard rock, although some band members claimed that their music cannot be categorised as belonging to any one genre.

They were listed in the 1975 Guinness Book of World Records as “the globe’s loudest band” for a 1972 concert at London’s Rainbow Theatre , and have sold over 100 million albums worldwide, including 7.5 million certified units in the US.Deep Purple were ranked number 22 on VH1’s Greatest Artists of Hard Rock programmeand a Planet Rock poll ranked them 5th among the “most influential bands ever”.

Such popular Band is going to perform LIVE in Nepal on 15th March 2013

 The event is going to take place in Dasarath Stadium, kathmandu wich is  managed by JPR Events .

Currently Tickets Available at
Tickets Booth Sherpa Mall
Ticket Booth Bhatbhateni Super Market, Baluwater
Ticket Booth Bhatbhateni , Maharajgunj/Chakrapath
Ticket Booth Bhatbhateni , Chuchepati
Ticket Booth Bhatbhateni , Koteshwor
Ticket Booth Coffee Express
Sherpa Mall Adidas Store
Darbarmarg , City Centre, Civil Mall Blue Note
Lazimpat New Orleans
Thamel Simol Longe
Darbarmarg Hurry to buy passes
*For vvip passes – Simol Lounge , DARBARMARG

Prices
NPR.500 -Stadium Parafit
NPR.1000- Ground
NPR.2000-VIP (Ground)
NPR.10,000- VVIP (Limited Tickets with Benefits)


For more details,

Contact: 4226939

New update:

Deep Purple have explained the reason behind cancelling their appearance in Nepal planned for March 15. The band say they were keen to keep the date, but felt forced to call it off after the promoter breached their contract, leaving them “truly miserable.”
A statement explains: “The agreed fee was not paid as per the contract they had with the promoter of the show, Richard Coram, of Talent Brokers in Dubai.
“Despite several assurances, Talent Brokers failed to deposit the fee into its registered escrow account, even though the band’s management allowed extra time for payment to be made.
“Deep Purple are deeply concerned that fans may feel that the band have let them down, and that those who bought tickets may not have been refunded. The band wish to make it abundantly clear they were ready, willing and able to come to Nepal. Nevertheless, in view of Talent Brokers’ failure to comply with its payment obligations under the contract, the band had had no alternative but to withdraw from the performance.”
Frontman Ian Gillan explains: “I hate it when this sort of thing happens – the first time ever in Nepal and it gets cancelled.
“I want to assure everyone that our management and agency bent over backwards to make this work. But every promise from the promoter was broken. Things dragged on to the last minute and then went past the deadline for our equipment to be delivered.
“Deep Purple will go through hurricanes, earthquakes, riots, and all kinds of hazards just to get there and do the show – but you do need competent connections to be able to achieve this. “We are truly miserable that we couldn’t get there and would love to come over at the first opportunity.”

 

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