Diljit Dosanjh makes history, sells out ‘largest ever Punjabi show outside India’

PTI, Apr 28, 2024, 7:33 PM IST

Poster of 'Dil-Luminati Tour' (Source: Instagram)

New Delhi: Actor-singer Diljit Dosanjh has scripted history by selling out the “largest ever Punjabi show outside India” on the North American leg of his ‘Dil-Luminati Tour’.

Kicking off his tour on Saturday night, Dosanjh regaled over 50,000 concert goers at the BC Place stadium in Vancouver, Canada, with songs such as “GOAT”, “5 Taara”, “Lover”, “Kinni Kinni”, and “Ishq Mitaye”, the popular track from his latest film release “Amar Singh Chamkila”.

The singer shared a series of pictures and videos from the show on his Instagram page on Sunday.


In a video, the general manager of BC Place can be seen handing over a congratulatory plaque to Dosanjh for the “largest ever Punjabi show outside India”.

It was the first time in history that a Punjabi music superstar headline the Vancouver-based arena, according to Canadian media reports.

Dosanjh also shared a video on his Instagram Stories showing a massive billboard of his show with “Sold Out” written across.

“HISTORY is made. Take a bow, @diljitdosanjh,” said BC Place in a post on X.

As part of his tour, Dosanjh will now head to Calgary, Winnipeg, and Edmonton in Canada, before heading to the US. He will end the North American leg of his trek in Toronto on July 13.

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