Kohima: For the first time, popular Naga YouTuber Dreamz Unlimited is all set to present a full comedy show from October 6 at Nagaland’s capital city Kohima.
Presented by the Musicians Guild, the comedy night will feature nearly 11 artistes from the state which will begin by 5:30 pm at The Heritage, Old DC Bungalow in Kohima.
Addressing a press conference at Symphony Cafe on Friday, Mele Pucho, member of the Musicians Guild, said that following the huge success of the comedy night in Dimapur, Dreamz Unlimited will be presenting a unique experience for its fans in Kohima.
Pucho emphasised that performances by the professional team will not be a disappointment and further said that the night was planned with the hope to bring the town dwellers together to celebrate a night full of laughter. He expressed hope that such an event will be organised annually.
The Dimapur-based YouTubers will be performing a full comedy show in Nagamese, English and Hindi. Priced at Rs 200, Rs 500 and Rs 2,000, the tickets will be available at Sorshia & Co, Symphony cafe, D/Cafe, Ozone Cafe and COZ.
The partners of the event are Highland Dawn Media, Sorshia & Co, Mom and I, Symphony Cafe, D/Cafe, Out Loud Inc, Imprint, CieKhan fitness, Fun Tree Crew, Big Life Tent House, Headlight and 3E Nagaland.
As reported by EastMojo last year, the popular YouTube channel is not only a source of entertainment but also plays an important role in spreading awareness regarding government schemes, while providing a platform to local enterprises for their promotion in the absence of a satellite channel in the state. They are also the first Naga-based YouTuber to achieve the ‘silver play’ button in the online platform.
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