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Ayushyavr Bolu Kahi Tickets Mumbai 2024

Ayushyavr Bolu Kahi Tickets: If you are looking for a treat of enchanting melodies then do spare the 21st of April, 2024 at 11 a.m., at the famous Dinanath Mangeshkar Natyagratha in Vile Parle. This superlative experience incorporates a combination of devotional, indie, pop and landmark Maharashtrian music, giving you a trip that cannot be successfully replicated elsewhere. Join us and let a joy of 2.5 hours of music combined with the spirit of Marathi culture filling your soul.

Event NameAyushyavr Bolu Kahi
LocationDinanath Mangeshkar Natyagruha: Vile Parle
Date & TimeSun 21 Apr 2024 at 11:00 AM
EventDevotional, Indie, Pop, Regional | Marathi | 2hrs 30mins

Ticket price

Ticket price for Ayushyavr Bolu Kahi at Mumbai starts from Rs.500 onwards, Purchase tickets from the official website. Check out more details.

SeatsPrice(Rs)
Row W to DD500
Row L to V826
Row A to K1000

Ticket site

Visit the official website to purchase your tickets.

How to purchase ticket online steps

  • Open the BookMyShow app or website.
  • Search for “Ayushyavr Bolu Kahi” in the search bar.
  • Select the date and time you want to attend (Sun, 21 Apr 2024, 11:00 AM).
  • Choose the number of tickets you need and your preferred seating.
  • Proceed to checkout and make your payment.
  • Voila! Your tickets are booked, and you’re all set to enjoy the show.

Location

FAQ

Q: What is “Ayushyawar Bolu Kahi”?

“Ayushyawar Bolu Kahi” is a Marathi album composed by Sandeep Khare, featuring 8 songs sung by Saleel Kulkarni. It was released on December 23, 2003.

Q: When and where is the event featuring “Ayushyawar Bolu Kahi” taking place?

The event is scheduled for Sunday, April 21, 2024, starting at 11:00 AM. It will be held at the Dinanath Mangeshkar Natyagruha in Vile Parle.

Q: What can attendees expect from the event?

Attendees can expect a captivating fusion of devotional, indie, pop, and regional Marathi music, promising a cultural journey like no other. The event will last for 2 hours and 30 minutes, offering a celebration of the richness of Marathi culture.

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