CELEBRATE Diwali in the Western Division with the biggest band on this side of the universe — the Common Kings.
This was the message from the US-based rhythm and blues reggae band's Fiji tour promoter, Rajneil Sharma of Broadway Fiji Limited.
"We have kept in mind that the concert in Nadi happens to fall on Diwali and we would like to urge people to come and celebrate Diwali with us with a difference as it's a public holiday the next day so people can travel to Nadi and return home without having to rush," he said.
"A concert of this calibre is being staged after a very long time and we wanted to make sure that we provide the best lighting and sound for this concert so we flew in some professional and experienced people to deliver just that.
"These engineers have also worked with One Direction, an English-Irish pop boy band which performed in Australia just last month."
Common Kings manager Tatua Reed said riding on the back of a sellout New Zealand tour, the boys were ready to rock Fiji.
"This is our first for Fiji and we are really amazed to learn about the fan base that we have in Fiji and the love for our music is just great," Mr Reed said.
"We are looking forward to a good jam with some serious lighting and sound put together in Fiji by the promoters."
Tickets for the Suva show today are available at Broadway Fiji, MHCC, FM96, USP Book Centre and Vodafone Triangle. Tickets to the concert in Nadi on Sunday, November 3, can be purchased from Vodafone Nadi, MH Namaka and the BBQ Chicken Restaurant in Lautoka.