LAHORE: The Coca-Cola Pakistan hosted the first-ever Coke Studio live concert at a golf and country club, featuring a diverse line-up of artistes including Atif Aslam, Talal Qureshi, Hasan Raheem and Faris Shafi.

According to a press release, the Coke Studio Live attracted a lively audience from all corners of the city and provided families with an opportunity to plan a perfect evening out. The concert has come at a time when the country is on a journey towards economic recovery, sustainable development and post-pandemic normalisation.

Hosted by Dino Ali and Anoushey Ashraf, in attendance at this concert were various personalities such as HSY, Shammal Qureshi, Meesha Shafi, Abdullah Siddiqui, Zara Shahjahan, Bilal Lashari, Omair Rana, Amna Babar, Zonia Anwaar, Guddu Shani, Sameer Shami and Farhan Ali to name a few.

Published in Dawn, December 20th, 2021

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