Thank you for the overwhelming response to their last show in Delhi! We know a lot of folks were not able to make it to their last SOLD OUT show, so we are glad to have them back for an encore at the next edition of Amarrass Nights @ Lodi. Do not wait to get your tickets this time, as we expect another sold out show!
The global ambassadors of Rajasthani folk music get back from Ziro Festival of Music in Arunachal Pradesh, after a hectic summer of touring in Canada, Spain, The Netherlands, Denmark and Germany! Barmer Boys are the next generation of performers that carry forward the centuries-old musical traditions of the Manganiyars and are leading examples of contemporary folk and Sufi music. Featuring the "incandescent Sufi voice" of Manga 'Mangey' Khan (vocals, harmonium) coupled with the percussive antics of Rais Khan (morchang, bhapang, khartaal, beat-boxing) and Mangu Khan (dholak). The band's versatility of styles and bubbling energy infuses each performance - from soulful Sufi kalaams to uplifting wedding and celebratory songs, songs of love and remembrance, to boisterous jams with beat-boxing and live DJ sets.
“Mangey Khan's voice needs to be heard to be believed” - Hindustan Times
"Incandescent Sufi voices that incite ecstasy" - Songlines Magazine
THURSDAY, 01 OCT 2015 | show time: 8:00pm (doors open at 6:00pm) | TICKETS: Rs 500/person (Early Bird rate!)
Venue Address: Lodi - The garden Restaurant (Opposite Mausam Bhavan, Lodhi Road, New Delhi)