A collective endeavor ‘Play for a Cause’ to uphold the language of peace

Image Courtesy - 100 Pipers

Image Courtesy - 100 Pipers

Seagram’s 100 Pipers #PlayForACause initiative witnessed huge footfalls in different cities across India in 2015, with bands playing for various causes like, of sponsoring meals for the underprivileged households and supporting victims of natural disasters like earthquakes, floods, etc. This month, 100 Pipers brings together popular musicians from nations all around the globe for another cause - that of spreading the message of peace.

Six nations viz. Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka along with India will be coming together at the #NationsForPeace mega concert. The aim is to reach out to music lovers through a melodious and rhythmic night dedicated to propagating world peace.

While the #PlayForACause events were a huge success last time as the frenzied crowd gathered together to listen to Parikrama, Ehsaan Noorani, Rudy Wallang and many others, this time it is bringing nations together. Renowned artists like LRB (Love Runs Blind) from Bangladesh, Druk Revival of Bhutan, Abhaya and The Steam Injuns of Nepal and Noori of Pakistan, are coming together to give everyone a spectacular time in Gurgaon.

Sri Lanka’s Paranoid Earthling will also be playing, while our very own Parikrama and Hari Sukhmani will play too for the cause of peace and humanity.

Image Courtesy - 100 Pipers

Image Courtesy - 100 Pipers

Come join the artists as this musical extravaganza takes place on 11th March at Cyber Hub, Gurgaon, starting 5 p.m. Not only will this be a concert where renowned artists unite on the same stage, it will also launch the online audio and video of ‘Yaariyan’, a new track by Hari Sukhmani and Noori.

Let peace make its way through the diverse hearts and minds; even if you cannot be physically present at the venue, there’s always a way to be a part of spreading the message of peace.

Who isn’t crazy about selfies! Now, you can take your love for selfies a notch higher. 100 Pipers presents to you an opportunity with its online contest activity, wherein you can participate in the peace movement and create your own peace selfie with a hand gesture that resembles the dove, just like in the poster. Share your enthusiasm like the artists who are seen making the dove hand sign in the posters. Take cue from Nitin Malik and Saurabh of Parikrama for your own peace selfie.

Image courtesy - 100 Pipers

Image courtesy - 100 Pipers

You can also take another route of simply sharing your message of peace with 100 Pipers and be a part of the movement. Don’t waste any more time and say ‘peace’ before your click!

“Let there be peace on Earth and let it begin with you.”

This is a sponsored post.

Updated Date: Mar 08, 2016 15:26 PM

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