The venue has been awarded a lease by the city-state government, which is also a sponsor of the event.

“We are very happy to be partnering with Benartec, which has been an essential sponsor of our event,” said Gauravi Sengupta, managing director of Benartemas Bali Yatra.

“We want to create a community atmosphere with concerts and dances for all people in the city, so that we can be at ease and enjoy our experience together.”

A total of 22 events will be held at the venue.

It will be the first venue in the country to be open to the public for this type of event.

“The event is also meant to give people a chance to meet each other, share their ideas and share their experiences, which can be an incredible experience,” Senguptas said.

The venue, which stands at 3,000 square feet, is in a prime location for festivals such as the Gaurava Yatra that takes place annually on the weekend of July 29-30.

The event is one of the main reasons why Benartegs Bali is hosting the event, as the venue is a popular venue for such events.

The event will feature performances by Bollywood, hip-hop and pop artists including Bigga, Sangeeti, Ashish Nehra, Bhanu Bhatt, Terese Nielsen, Rajkumar, Deepa, Sitaram Yechury, Keshav Chopra, Manish Tewari, Pranav Kaur and many others.

The concert series will feature more than 30 acts and there will be performances by musicians such as Manish Tripathi, Anurag Kashyap, Suman Das, Anuj Singh, Dhananjaya Chopra and more.

The Benartes Bali will also host an event on July 30 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Gauravan Yatra in the year 19,000BC.

The 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Gauri Varnakar, the founder of the Bali movement, has been celebrated in the Benartesa Yatra for over a century.

Benartere has also organised the Yatra from 2005 to 2011, which was the first time the Balis were able to hold a concert in their home city.