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The legendary Boney M live in Sri Lanka in June

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Come hear your favourite songs from the past as we welcome Boney M to our splendid island in June. Boney M, featuring Liz Mitchell – the original lead vocalist accompanied by the full eight-piece live band, will be performing live in Sri Lanka on 16 June at SLECC. Boney M will be performing all your favourites, so don’t miss this chance!

This event is conceptualised by Avant Premiere Ltd., a total event management solutions company and is joined by The Daily Mirror, Daily FT and Sunday Times, Life Online, Daily Mirror.lk, Hi TV and Hi Magazine as Print Media and Web Partners and for the event. Please call 0112 699215 to reserve your tickets. More details are available on http://www.avpr.lk/boneym/ and events@avpr.lk.

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