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OneRepublic to perform In Mumbai

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

American Pop-Rock Band is set to perform live on April 21 in Mumbai's MMRDA Grounds, announced event management company, Events.

Fans can expect to hear a span of OneRepublic's biggest songs, from 'Apologize' to 'Secrets,' 'Good Life,' the smash hit 'Counting Stars' and more recently released singles from the latest album 'Oh My My'.

Apart from India, nominated Colorado-bred quintet is embarking on a two-week tour comprising of Singapore, South Korea, China, during which they will also perform at Festival in alongside and

OneRepublic, in a statement, said, "We've wanted to visit for years, and are beyond excited to finally get the chance to not only perform a full concert but also explore your beautiful country. See you soon!"

Events Cyrus Gorimar, said, "We have been in talks with the management since over six months now as we realized that the band enjoys a great repertoire in the country with a significant fanbase originating out of Our pre-registrations have seen a phenomenal response with more than 10,000 registrations received in a span of 24 hours and we are anticipating close to 15,000 fans for the event. The production and scale of the event will be extraordinary with a multi-crore spend invested into the event."

Tickets to Live In 2018 start from INR 4,200/- and will go on sale on ticketing portal, on 14th March 2018 onwards.

Ticket Details

INR 4,200/- (Silver)

INR 6,900/- (Gold)

INR 9951/- (Platinum)

INR 24,000/- (VIP)

OneRepublic's highly anticipated fourth album "released on October 7, 2016, and debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 - the band's highest charting debut yet. Ryan Tedder calls it their "ultimate playlist," including singles "Wherever I Go," "Kids" and "Let's Hurt Tonight."

is in the studio working on their next album and will be supporting Zac Brown Band across several U.S. stadium dates summer 2018.

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First Published: Thu, March 15 2018. 06:55 IST