Nepathya to perform at Seoul Olympic Park
The folk rock band, Nepathya, is all set to perform at the Olympic Hall of Seoul Olympic Park on October 4.
The show is being hosted by Kaski Pariwar on the occasion of Korea’s Chuseok Festival. Chuseok is a major harvest festival celebrated with three days of public holiday, when people visit their ancestral hometown. For immigrant communities, this becomes an opportunity to get together with friends. As per The South Korean Embassy sources, there are currently more than 40,000 Nepalis working in South Korea under the EPS work scheme, according to the press release issued by nepa~laya Tuesday.
This is to the fifth performance of Nepathya in Seoul.
“We came here for the first time in 2005 and since then Seoul has played regular host to us. Our last show was at the prestigious KBS Arena, and now we are performing at the Olympic Hall. We are glad to be raising the bar of Nepali shows there," the press statement said as quoting Kiran Krishna Shrestha of nepa~laya, the promoters of Nepathya.
“I am thankful to all our listeners living in Nepal and beyond for accepting our music with such affection’’, said Nepathya front man Amrit Gurung. “We are glad to be performing in Seoul for the fifth time during Nepathya’s 25 years of Music,” he added.
As part of the 25 year celebration, Nepathya has been releasing music videos in regular frequency and have recently concluded their Australia - New Zealand Tour with encouraging acceptance.
Amrit will be accompanied on stage by Dhruba Lama on drums, Suraj Thapa on Keyboards, Subin Shakya on bass, Niraj Gurung on guitars and Shanti Rayamajhi on madals.
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