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Family Night with Perera & Perera


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The Old Boys’ Association of St. Sebastian’s College Moratuwa is organising a Mega Musical Extravaganza ‘Family Night with Perera & Perera’ on 14 September at Ramadia Ranmal Holiday Resort, Moratuwa. The most two popular bands in Sri Lanka, Gypsies and Marians will entertain the music lovers in Moratuwa at this fun filled evening.  Project Coordinator Suneth Fernando said that they anticipate a gathering of over 1,000 enthusiastic music fans of Moratuwa and suburbs will flock the event since this is the first time the Moratuwa fans will experiencing combination of Gypsies and Marians performing concurrently on stage.

Project Chairman Roshantha Fernando said the OBA is gearing up to make it the most memorable experience in the galaxy of music, along with the two top performers at lovely city of Moratuwa. Plans are underway to provide the best of music and entertainment that you’re looking for.

Well-known actor Kavinga Perera will be the compere. The show is expected to commence at 7 p.m. and go on full gear past midnight. On site outlets will cater to the food and beverage requirements of the fans. 

For more details contact Suneth +94 77 3633 533 or Roshantha +94 76 9415 731.


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