Take a Journey Through Time and Continents – Time Travel from the 1960s to 2005 with Nostalgia, Poetry and Pop Music from Pakistan at The Orpheum Theatre

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An evening of diversity, cultural, education and music will be presented August 13 in Phoenix: a celebration of Pakistan's heritage, culture, traditions and values.

Time travel comes to Phoenix, from the 1960s to 2005 in Pakistan - performers are set to rock the house.

On Saturday, August 13, 2005, at The Orpheum Theatre, 203 West Adams Street, Pakistan Information and Cultural Organization presents “Sunehrie Yaadain” (Golden Memories) in Phoenix, AZ.

The program kicks off at 7:00pm with performances by the PICO Performing Arts (PPA) team, followed by solo performances by leading Pakistani pop star Shehzad Roy and Pakistani female singer Saira Arshad.

Pre-sale tickets for the show are adult $30, under 18 $20, under 2 free – ticket prices on the day of the show are adult $35, under 18 $25, under 2 free – tickets can be purchased daily at The Orpheum Theatre box office or online at http://www.tickets.com or through PICO sales and information at 623-572-9526 and 480-857-6191.

After the tremendous success of “Heer Ranjha”, “Anarkali” and performance by Jawad Ahmed and Faakhir Mehmud, PICO now launches its 2005 product “Sunehrie Yaadain.”

"We are excited to present the event at The Orpheum Theatre in Phoenix," says Rashda Kaif, President, Pakistan Information and Cultural Organization. "We look forward to a great show and I believe the crowd will definitely not go home disappointed."

For more information about the show, contact (623) 570-9526 or log on to the web site at http://www.pakistaninformation.org.


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