Big names confirmed for return of “Clash of the Titans”
In less than two weeks, the Guyana National Stadium at Providence, East Bank Demerara (EBD) will see the return of “Clash of the Titans”, with several big names slated to perform. The event, which was absent for several years, is returning with a bang, and from all indications, the venue will be packed to capacity.
There was only one show held at the venue, and it had an audience of over 25,000. Now, with the return, the promoter, US-based Guyanese Mahendra Ramkellwan, is optimistic that the attendance record would be broken with the return of the music extravaganza.
Presently, tickets are available in all three counties: Demerara, Berbice and Essequibo, with several ticketing locations having been set up in each county. Tickets for the event are also available online for overseas fans.
Some big names already confirmed for the show include music legends from Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, the USA, Holland, India, Canada and Suriname.
The GT posse includes Vanita Willie, Nehal B, Vacadi, AW Lyrical, Bunty Singh, Steven Ramphal, and the Shakti String Orchestra, among others. The Trini posse comprises KI and his Band, Ravi B and his Band, Rakesh Yankarran, Rikki Jai, Neval Chatelall, Veekash Sahadeo, and others.
Neesha, daughter of the famous musical couple Babla and Kanchan, will be coming directly out of India. US-based Guyanese artistes Terry Gajraj, Prince JP, Fiona Singh, Queen Yasmin and others will be performing.
There will also be several bands on stage on the evening of March 18, including the Caribbean Hotshots Band, De Wave Band out of Canada, Freestyle Band out of Suriname, Holland Band, De Jai Master Band out of the US, and others.
General tickets for Clash of the Titans cost $3,000, while the VIP tickets cost $10,000 and the VVIP All-inclusive tickets cost $30,000. The first performer will take to the stage at 19:00h, but the gates will be open from 17:00h.
A strict security presence is expected.