Shaan's Concert

NESSP Invites Sai Devotees To Shaan’s Concert With Exclusive Jay-Ho! Discount On Tickets

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In the heart of New England, a vibrant community of devotees shares a profound love for Shri Shirdi Sai Baba. The New England Shirdi Sai Parivaar (NESSP), a nonprofit organization, has been a guiding light for these followers, spreading the teachings and wisdom of Shirdi Sai Baba far and wide.

This year, NESSP extends its support and encouragement to Sai devotees for a truly unique experience. An opportunity awaits to witness the live musical concert of the one and only Shaan, hosted by Jay-Ho! The Jay Kumar Show. Renowned for his versatility, Shaan has captured the hearts of audiences with not only his romantic melodies but also his renditions of Sai Bhajans, including ‘Hari Om Hari Om,’ ‘Sai Ram Sai Shyam,’ and ‘Mandir Mein Tum Ram Ho Sai.’

This musical extravaganza is set to grace Boston on October 7th, 2023, at the J. Everett Collins Center for the Performing Arts. Sai devotees will have the extraordinary chance to immerse themselves in an evening of musical brilliance. As an exceptional gesture, Jay-Ho! The Jay Kumar Show offers a 10 percent discount on tickets, available through their ticketing platform:

NESSP’s vision is grounded in the values of love, kindness, and unity, transcending the confines of religion, region, and belief. For over 7 years, NESSP has been a cornerstone of devotion, engaging devotees through temple-related activities, community involvement, and charitable initiatives. NESSP consistently strives to bring positive change to lives.

And, this year NESSP’s involvement in Shaan’s concert highlights their commitment to the holistic development of the community. By uniting Sai devotees for an enchanting musical experience, NESSP reaffirms its pledge to shared spiritual growth and unity.

As devotees of Sai, you hold an exclusive key to this extraordinary musical celebration. Utilize the provided coupon code to secure your tickets at a special 10 percent discount.

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