Bryan Adams Concert in Kathmandu Nepal – successful

As excited were the Nepali people to witness one of the first western band to play in Nepali soil, Bryan Adams also seemed to be equally excited, according to his twitter post:

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In the photo (above, by-Dipesh Shrestha, Nagarik ), Bryan smiles to the crowd at the airport.

After the concert, Bryan Adams, posted the following photo of the crowd in his twiterpic account with the title –

Tonight from the stage…Katmandu, Nepal, you were amazing

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Before that he posted:

A big welcoming at the airport on arriving for the concert in Nepal 19.2.2011

welcming at the ariport

During the concert, a Kantipur journalist, Dinesh Wagle, twitted the events as they happen. In one of the twitt, he mention about Bryan Adams telling the crowd that he was going to experiment a risky move and invited a girl from the crowd to sing with him. Brinda from Baneshowr goes on the stage and sang with Bryan Adams.

UPDATE:
Video of Brinda singing

Another concert video


More later:

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