During his 45-day world tour, he will have live concerts in USA, Canada, Netherlands, France, Norway, and UK, covering the cities of New York, Atlantic City, Washington DC, Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Houston, Amsterdam, Paris, Oslo, Glasgow, Manchester and London.
Well-known choreographer-director Amy Tinkham, who has worked on the live musical concerts of pop icons Paul McCartney, Madonna, Britney Spears, has teamed up for the tour. The concert will be a theatrical experience that will blend new technologies with dance arrangements and acrobatics.
It will feature changing sets, large images and a cast of musicians and dancers from across the globe. Overall, 104 people are involved in the production. To transport people and equipment from venue to venue, they have hired nine buses and eight 18 wheeler trucks.
New York (ANI): Oscar winning music maestro A R Rahman's Jai Ho Concert: The Journey Home World Tour' began here today. The concert, produced by Deepak Gattani from Rapport Productions, will travel to over 20 major arenas and cities worldwide.