KATHMANDU: Nepal's popular folk-rock band, Nepathya, is all set to perform in the major cities of Australia for the fourth time, Nepalaya, which manages the band, said in the statement today.
The band will kick off their tour from Fortitude Music Hall in Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland province in Southern Australia on November 19 before heading to Darwin three days later. The band then moves to Adelaide, Hobart and Sydney and perform there on November 22, December 02 and December 08 respectively.
The band will conclude their tour after performing at Melbourne on December 23, as stated in the statement.
Since 2009, the band has been touring Australia and entertaining Nepali diaspora living there. "We love to come to Australia and entertain audiences with our pure blend of Nepali music," Nepathya's lead singer and social activist Amrit Gurung said.
As usual, Amrit Gurung is accompanied on stage by Dhruba Lama on drums, Suraj Thapa on keyboards, Niraj Gurung on guitars, Subin Shakya on bass guitar and Shanti Raimajhi on madal.