BBC Asian Network Live comes to Birmingham

BBC Asian Network Live which is taking place in Birmingham on 10th March.

Hosted by the Asian Network DJ family including Breakfast Show host Harpz Kaur, the event, which represents the best in Asian music as championed by the station, will see some of the hottest acts on the British-Asian and global music scenes come together for one night only in Birmingham.

Asian Network Live will present some of the most exciting UK artists including Derby-born and Bhangra artist ‘Gabru Panjab Da’ JK. Birmingham duo Lotto Boyzz who were tipped for success on 1Xtra’s Hot For 2018 list will perform amongst other tracks, their debut EP, Afrobbean. Also hailing from Birmingham and performing in March is Grime MC Jaykae, who has recently collaborated with Skepta and Mike Skinner.

Guru Randhawa will make an exclusive UK performance at Asian Network Live with a loaded setlist with anthems like Suit and Lahore. Punjabi vocalist Jasmine Sandlas will return to the Asian Network Live stage for a second year with whilst Jenny Johal and Imran Khan will take to the stage to perform some of their biggest tracks. Other international artists include New York’s Adam Saleh who will be joined by frequent collaborator Faydee from Sydney to perform their hits Waynak and Right Here.

Now in its third year, the network’s annual music event will be hosted outside of London for the first time. The event is open to listeners aged 16+ and promises to be bigger and better in 2018. Tickets for Asian Network Live will go on sale on Wednesday 24 January at 8.15am during Harpz Kaur’s Breakfast Show on BBC Radio Asian Network. For further info about tickets visit https://www.bbc.co.uk/asiannetwork