By SAT News Desk
MELBOURNE, 16 January: The Melbourne Stars are all set to organize big Sri Lankan and Indian bashes at the MCG on the 20 and 27 January respectively. The events in harmony with matches on those days will see cricket, celebration, music, dances, crowd interviews and lots of fun. The program was announced at a glittering get-together at the Melbourne Cricket Ground yesterday (15 January 2018).
The ‘Sri Lanka Big Match Party’ with Papare Band and Bailia Dance will take place on 20 January 2018 at 4 pm starting from the Richmond Station to the MCG.
The ‘Indian Republic Day Party’ with Indian dances, DJ music and a dedicated Indian fan bay will take place on the 27 January 2018 at the MCG.
The function was addressed by the Cricket Australia CEO, Tony Dodemaide saying that Cricket is not just making runs but fun, party, and enjoyment.
Guest speaker David Hussey (Melbourne Stars) detailed his experience in the IPL as ‘more than an educational experience’ and how he had enjoyed playing cricket in Sri Lanka and India.
A beautiful Sri Lankan dance and band music laced with the crowd dancing and distribution of Community Ambassador certificates was the highlight of the evening.