The registration for Joy Bangla concert began on Tuesday online with 100 Years of Mujib being the focus of the event this year.
Young Bangla the youth led platform of Centre for Research and Information (CRI) is organising the concert at the Army Stadium in Dhaka for the sixth year on March 7.
The organisation holds the concert every year on the day marking Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahmans historic address to a rally at the Racecourse Ground now the Suhrawardy Udyan.
It also comes 10 days before Bangabandhus 100th birth anniversary.
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Besides their own numbers they will also sing songs aired by Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra during the Liberation War. Holographic shows on Bangabandhu will also be held.
The CRI said in a statement that the participants must mention their Mujib Years resolutions while registering online. After registering at http://ticket.youngbangla.org they will get e tickets.
For registration the participants will need to submit passport sized photos and images of their ID cards with photos. Besides NIDs ID cards of their educational institutions passports and driving licences will also be accepted. Names and other details must match their NIDs.
After filling in the forms correctly the participants will get e tickets by clicking Submit and Get Free Ticket. The registration process will stop automatically once the limited seats are booked.
Participants will need to show coloured and printed copies of the e tickets with barcode QR Code and photos. They will also need to bring along their ID cards used for the registration.
Smoking or drinking alcohol or other banned products will be prohibited inside the venue. The visitors will be able to get out and given the option of re entry. Large bags wont be allowed.
No food and water from outside will be allowed. Drinking water will be there for free on the ground. Soft drinks and food will be available at a food court.
Mobile power banks and earphones will not be allowed CRI said.
Source: United News of Bangladesh