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Mobitel rings for ICC organised musical concert in aid of 21/4 orphans

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A concert is being organised to raise funds for the victims and families of the Easter Sunday bombings. Titled, ‘21/4 We Care Concert’, it will feature Sri Lanka’s leading musical artistes performing live at BMICH on 13 July at 6 p.m. onwards. 

The reputed singers will entertain the audience with their foot-tapping and melodious music. The concert is being organised by the International Chamber of Commerce Sri Lanka (ICCSL), the domestic chapter of the Paris-based international world business organisation, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). 

Tickets are priced at Rs. 5000, 2000 and 1000 and will be available at the Mobitel flagship store; Mobitel outlets at the World Trade Centre, Liberty Plaza, Kandy City Centre; ICC Sri Lanka Secretariat; Cinnamon Box Office; AIA Insurance Towers; ACCA – Parkland Building; Hameedia Showrooms and the Envoy Mansion. 

For more information contact 011 2 307 841 or 071 864 7194. 

Mobitel, Sri Lanka’s national mobile service provider, is proud to be the mobile partner for this notable event. In keeping with its credo of caring, Mobitel stands in solidarity with the rest of the business community to extend every possible assistance to those children orphaned by the dastardly attacks. 

ICCSL, having condemned the unnecessary violence of 21/4 is now taking positive steps towards the process of rebuilding and healing. “We urge the business community to stand united and work together to achieve progress and normalcy within Sri Lanka. We as a business chamber will assist our members in these trying times with any assistance that is required. The committee of ICCSL has decided to jointly facilitate a concert in aid of scholarships for orphans of the Easter Sunday attacks.” 

This is jointly organised by ICCSL together with ACCA, Daily FT, BMICH Colombo, Cinnamon Life, AIA Insurance and Mobitel as the mobile partner. 


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