ICC World Twenty20 2016 has been concluded but t20 cricket is not finished yet as Indian Premier League’s ninth edition is coming up. The 50 days tournament will begin on 9th April with the first match between Mumbai Indians and Rising Pune Supergiants. But before that we have got Vivo IPL 2016 opening ceremony on 8 April at Wankhede Stadium which will be sizzled with top performances of celebrities like Chris Brown and Ranveer Kapoor.
Where to watch live stream
India based viewers can tune to Sony Six, Sony Six HD, Sony Max, Sony ESPN and Sony ESPN HD to watch the live broadcast of Indian Premier League opening ceremony from 7:30 PM IST on 8th April. Hotstar app will provide live streaming through it’s official app for mobile and tablet users.
The IPL ceremony event will only be aired live in India hence fans in United Kingdom, Australia, USA, New Zealand, Caribbean, South Africa and more around the world, will not be able to catch live action.
Special Performances in opening ceremony
The center of attraction in IPL opening ceremony will be American singer Chris Brown who will be performing first time ever in India. This is going to be a grand event and will be interesting to see how people respond to it. But yeah that’s sure, they will like and appreciate too.
Indian rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh will also be performing live in the opening ceremony of Vivo Indian Premier League 2016. Top bollywood stars like Katrina Kaif, Ranveer Singh and Jacqueline Fernandez will also be performing in the event.
In some other performances, West Indies cricket team some of players like Dwayne Bravo will give short entertainment dose. Bravo to dance on his own song “Champion Dance” which he launched ahead of ICC World T20. The song and dance is really appreciated and praised all over the world and Indian like it too.
Ferriswheel Entertainment is all set to put together a mad cricket party which will enliven the spirit of cricket. For the first time ever, India will see a 360 degree experience of seamless graphics and projection and state-of- the-art technology — all in one show.