Young Bangla, the youth group of the Research and Information Center or CRI of the Awami League research wing, is organizing the concert at the Army Stadium in Dhaka for the sixth year on March 7.
The organization holds the concert every year on the day marking the historic direction of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to rally on the Racecourse, now the Suhrawardy Udyan, calling for the Liberation War in 1971.
It also comes 10 days before Bangabandhu’s birth anniversary, which is the centenary this year.
This year’s performers will include F Minor, Vikings, AvoidRafa, Cryptic Fate, Lalon, Shunyo, Arbovirus, Chirkut, Nemesis, Fuad and Friends, and Minar Rahman.
Besides their own numbers, they will also sing songs broadcast by Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra during the Liberation War. Holographic shows on Bangabandhu will also be held.
THE REGISTRATION PROCESS
The CRI said in a statement on Tuesday that participants must mention their Mujib Year resolutions when registering online.
After registering at – http://ticket.youngbangla.org/ – they will receive e-tickets.
In order to register, participants will need their passport size pictures and images of their photo ID cards. Apart from NIDs, their educational institution IDs, passports and driving licenses are also accepted. Names and other details must accompany their NIDs.
After completing the forms correctly, participants will receive the e-tickets by clicking “Submit and Receive a Free Ticket”.
Registration will automatically end once the limited seats have been booked.
Participants will need to show color and printed copies of the e-tickets with bar code, QR Code and pictures. They will also need to bring their identity cards used for the registration.
Smoking or drinking alcohol or other prohibited products are prohibited inside the venue. Visitors will be able to go out and have the option of re-entry. Large bags are not allowed.
No outside food and water is allowed. There will be free drinking water on the ground. Soft drinks and food will be available in a food court.
Mobile power banks and earphones are not allowed.
There will be no parking.