PSL opening ceremony set to go 'Boombastic' with Shaggy

Ali Zafar and Shehzad Roy will also perform at the event

Entertainment Desk January 27, 2017

The opening ceremony of the upcoming HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2017 promises to be a star-studded event .

Earlier, it was reported that musicians Ali Zafar and Shehzad Roy would be performing at the Dubai event. Now, the Pakistan Cricket Board has confirmed that world-famous Jamaican raggae singer Shaggy will also be joining the two as well.

The Boombastic hit-maker is slated to be one of the main attractions at the ceremony, slated to be held at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium (DICS) on February 9.

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In a video, a visibly-excited Shaggy urged his Pakistani fans to flock to the venue. "I will be performing in Dubai at the HBL PSL opening ceremony. I request you all to come and sing some of your favourite Shaggy numbers with me," he said.

Ali, Shehzad and the event's host Fahad Mustafa have also been urging fans to flock to the stadium. According to the PCB, the ceremony will include a fireworks display and a top-act by the Flying Drummers. Players, captains, officials, owners and squad members of all five PSL franchises will be welcomed on the field, followed by an inaugural  match between defending champions Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi.

Have a look at Shaggy's video here:

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tazia | 6 years ago | Reply The opening ceremony could have been held in Pakistan - Probably In islamabad with a strict security arrangements. The local fans, unable to watch the matches live, could get a chance to see their starts in the opening ceremony
abood | 6 years ago | Reply @brain bro.every one knows who shaggy is here in dubai.event is being held in dubai not in stay calm and have a chill pill.
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