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Joy Bangla Concert 2019: The largest music extravaganza celebrating the speech that created a nation

The countdown begins for March 7th, the long-awaited youth-centric concert of the year, “Joy Bangla Concert”. March is a remarkable month for the historic speech that set the tone for the liberation war of Bangladesh. Young Bangla, the largest youth platform of the nation has been organizing the Joy Bangla Concert every year since 2015, this is the time for 5th round of call for the music lovers.  Joy Bangla Concert is not only the biggest rock musical show of the country; rather it’s a firm call upon every young mind who truly believes in the spirit of freedom with which the War of Liberation was fought in 1971.

With the motto “Connecting the Dots”, Young Bangla has become a launching pad for thousands of youths and youth-led organizations, supporting them with resources, capacity enhancement training, and encouragement, so they can add all their game-changing ideas to the welfare of the nation. As we all know that youth are the steadfast, a ready to call warden of the nation who willingly fought for the liberation of Bangladesh. In March 7th 1971, great leader Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s fiery speech drove an entire generation of young souls to sacrifice their lives for independence. Bangabandhu’s call surged the entire generation to wage a decisive struggle against Pakistani rulers. On October 2017, UNESCO registered the Historic 7th March’s script of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as part of the world’s documentary heritage. The declaration adds more color to the celebration of this mega event.

Joy Bangla Concert is the name of the biggest musical mass because of its huge number of audience and the best bands of the town. On an average 40,000 fans attends the concert in the presence and more than 1 million audiences enjoy the thrill through online mediums. Like before the mainstream bands are going to rock the stage with the most enthusiast crowd. This time the bands are Bay of Bengal, Chirkutt, Shunno, Lalon, Nemesis, Arbovirus, Cryptic Fate, and Artcell. Each band will perform a Shadhin Bangla Betar Kendra song, the rebel radio station that kept up the morale of the freedom fighters and also the countrymen in 1971.

This year Gates will open at 01:30 pm, entry is totally free like the past years. Registration gateway opened from 1st March 2019 and most likely to be open till 6th March with the daily ticket limit. There will be a separate entry point at the venue for female audiences. To get registered a person will require National ID number, e-mail address, and phone number.