Lights, Music and Charity: Trinity Events supports local charities and critical projects in Northern Sri Lanka

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Saturday, Oct 27, 2012

  Lights, Music and Charity: Trinity Events supports local charities and critical projects in  Northern Sri Lanka

The debut show of Trinity Events “Engeyum Eppothum Raja” is expected to draw thousands to the Rogers Centre on November 3rd. The first show of its kind within the Tamil Canadian community, “Engeyum Eppothum Raja” highlights the South Indian musical legend Maestro Illayaraja - the show will feature over 100 artists including many popular lead singers and actors. 

 “Travel visas have been confirmed for all artists on the roster and we are excited to announce that rehearsals have commenced in Chennai, in preparation for a massive show” said Kishan Nithy, Spokesperson and Vice President of Trinity Events.  “The anticipation and the excitement of the large North American fan base is evident from the steady rise in ticket sales and interest shown from Halifax to the east and San Francisco to the west” added Mr. Nithy.

 

Trinity Events will be setting a new precedence amongst events of this calibre by donating a portion of the proceeds from the ticket sales to local charities and  critical health care related projects in Northern Sri Lanka. The donation will be directed towards projects that are being implemented by Canadian Medical and Dental Development Association (CMDDA), a registered charitable organization in Canada. (Charity No: 823467279RR0001)

 

“As we celebrate Tamil music, it is also important to ensure that we do our share in supporting organizations that do great work in improving the lives of others who are in need” said Trinity Group CEO and Founder Dunstan Peter.  “We have requested CMDDA to utilize the donation towards addressing the urgent needs of the internally displaced families originally from  Keppapilavu village in Mullaitivu district”. 

 

“We would also like to clarify that the date was chosen based on the availability of Rogers Centre and does not interfere with the official Heroes Week” said Mr. Nithy. “We are also members of this community with the same passion and concern and would not do anything to diminish the sacrifice made by the heroes”.

 

Trinity Events is part of Trinity Group, founded by two emerging young professionals from the Tamil Canadian community and has no political affiliation of any kind. Trinity Events is a for-profit company with an aim to promote Tamil Entertainment industry both locally as well from South India.

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