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IT'S BABBU MAAN VS GURU RANDHAWA ON 24TH FEBRUARY !

By Geetika Raleh . 19th February 2019 07:00pm

There have been various clashes in the entertainment industry, clash of the release date of the films, clash of the release date of the songs, and well now we have yet another clash happening. We have two major festivals happening in the Tricity, one is the world famous Rose Festival and the other one is Cross Blade.


Rose festival is an event which has been happening since a very long time, and the people of Tricity go all gaga over it every year. Celebrating the spring when the roses will be at their full bloom, Rose festival is commencing from 22nd February and will end on 24th February.

On the concluding day, the living legend Punjabi artist+, Babbu Maan will be performing on the festival. And it is expected that the crowd on that day might be something like never seen before. Because, come on, it is Babbu Maan yrr!!!

But what’s clashing with this date is Guru Randhawa’s Cross Blade performance which will happen on 24th February at JLPL, sector-65 Mohali. Cross Blade is an event which is still young but is something with which the youth connects very much.


It is not only Guru Randhawa who will be performing on that same day at JLPL. Other than Guru, Raftaar, B Praak, Milind Gaba, Ikka, RS Chauhan, Goldy and Satta along with other artists, will be performing at the two-day event.

Now it will be interesting to see who goes and attends what event! Which one are you planning to attend, let us know below and we might just meet you there and have a blast alongside.  

For the uninitiated, because Rose festival is something which the people of Tricity, Chandigarh-Panchkula-Mohali, really look forward to every year. This festival lets the people see the beauty of nature with 1600 different varieties of roses.

However, the fairly new in the business, Cross Blade is touted as a huge event which gives the fans all across the nation a chance to see and attend the live concerts of their favourite Punjabi singers.