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350 artists to perform in HBL PSL 2020 opening ceremony


As many as 350 artists will perform in the opening ceremony of the HBL PSL 2020 at the Karachi National Stadium on Thursday.

No Bangladeshi cricketers in PSL 2020

According to Pakistan media reports, singers from different music genres – Sufi, pop, rock, bhangra and folk – will all perform in the biggest opening ceremony in the history of the Pakistan Super League (PSL). Most importantly for Pakistan, all the matches of this year’s league will be held in Pakistan.

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HBL PSL 2020’s anthem Tayyar Hain will be staged by Ali Azmat, Arif Lohar, Haroon and Asim Azhar. Meanwhile famous singers the like of Abrar-ul-Haq, Aima Baig, Abu Mohammad, Fareed Ayaz, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Sajjad Ali, Sanam Marvi and rock band Soch will entertain the crowd during the ceremony.

PCB Director of Commercial, Babar Hamid, said,

“It is only befitting that a grand and glamorous opening ceremony is held to welcome Pakistan’s very own HBL PSL in the country. We have brought together all the top artists in the country to set the tone of what will be an epic tournament.”

The ceremony enthralled with spectacular fireworks will kick-off at 6.45pm local time.

The opening match of the tournament between defending champions Quetta Gladiators and two-time champion Islamabad United will start at 9 pm.

Opening Ceremony performers are:

  • Junoon (Performance on yaroo yeh Dosti hai)
  • Boney M (Performance on Dady Cool)
  • Aima Baig (Performance on Disco Dewane)
  • Shuja Haider (Performance on his Best)
  • Fawad Khan (Performance on khail dewan ka)
  • Young Desi (Performance on khail dewano ka)

International Singers: 

  • Pitbull
  • Boney-M
  • Marcia Barrett
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