Pakistani band ‘Junoon’ to rock the stage in Doha this month

Pakistani band ‘Junoon’ to rock the stage in Doha this month

By QLNews

Pakistan’s most loved Sufi rock band, ‘Junoon,’ is all set to create magic on stage in Doha on January 30.

The concert, which comes under the Shop Qatar 2020 festivities, will be part of the PK Music Festival at Qatar National Convention Center (QNCC).

Formed about three decades ago, the legendary band returned from a 13-year hiatus in December 2018 in a spectacular reunion in Karachi, Pakistan.

Since then, the band has been performing in different countries including the UK, US, and UAE.

The three-member band includes guitarist and songwriter Salman Ahmed, vocalist Ali Azmat, and bass guitarist Brian O’Connell.

The band’s old hits including ‘Saiyoni,’ ‘Jazba Junoon,’ ‘Saeen,’ and ‘Yaar Bina Dil’ have been ingrained in the memories of ‘Junoon’ fans all over the world.

Tickets for Junoon’s concert in Doha are priced at QR500 for the premium category, QR350 for the Fan Zone and QR100 for the Silver category.

If you would like to purchase tickets online, click here.  

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