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Colombo Music Festival 2018 with Nations Trust Bank American Express and Nations Inner Circle

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Nations Trust Bank American Express and Nations Inner Circle have partnered with Cinnamon Life to bring the experience of an international music festival to Sri Lanka. This partnership entails Nations Trust Bank American Express Cardmembers to an exclusive savings of 10% on the purchase of tickets for the Colombo Music Festival 2018.

The Colombo Music Festival 2018 will come to life at the Havelock Sports Club Grounds on 18 August from 3 p.m. to midnight and aims to be the most spectacular night of entertainment Sri Lanka has ever seen. The festival will feature a Caribbean Night theme and world famous reggae-fusion and dancehall legends such as Shaggy, Diana King, Maxi Priest and Big Mountain. Renowned dancers, choreographers, local musicians, pop-up events and other unique experiences will give an added flare to this one-of-a-kind music festival. Speaking about the Colombo Music Festival, Nations Trust Bank Chief Marketing Officer Shaan Wickremesinghe said, “The Colombo Music Festival is set to redefine the concept of entertainment in Colombo. The music festival will bring an international, world-class experience to local audiences and up the bar in terms of what entertainment events should be. We felt that this would be an excellent opportunity to reward our Cardmembers by providing them with savings of 10% on the ticket price. This is an exclusive offer for Nations Trust Bank American Express Cardmembers and it will allow them to truly experience a contemporary music festival with a global feel, right here in Sri Lanka. We believe that our Cardmembers and Inner Circle customers will have an amazing time at the Colombo Music Festival 2018.” 

VIP ticket holders will have exclusive access to the grandstand along with special backstage passes to meet the stars in person. Thrilling, action packed activities such as paint balling, zorb balls and soap football will be available to enthral fans throughout the event while food stations featuring various types of cuisine and beverages will indulge every taste. A detox lounge will also be set up with relaxing entertainment throughout the night for those who want to relax and unwind after the show. 

For further details, terms and conditions and a full list of all savings and privileges, please visit Nations Trust Bank American Express online at www.americanexpress.lk or telephone the 24-hour Customer Service Hotline on (011) 4 414141. 

Nations Trust Bank PLC is amongst the top 30 business establishments in Sri Lanka, ranked by Business Today Magazine and is the benchmark for customer convenience, ably providing a host of financial products and services to a wide range of customers. Nations Trust is also the bank behind Sri Lanka’s first fully digital banking and payments platform, FriMi, now ranked amongst the top 30 digital banks globally by The Asian Banker. The bank operates 93 branches across the country, boasting an ATM network covering 137 locations plus more than 3,500 ATMs on the Lanka Pay Network and is the issuer and sole acquirer for American Express Cards in Sri Lanka.

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