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Dears Club Dears prepare for Dimash's anniversary concert in Istanbul

Dears prepare for Dimash’s anniversary concert in Istanbul

Dears Club Dears prepare for Dimash's anniversary concert in Istanbul

Dears prepare for Dimash’s anniversary concert in Istanbul

On May 24, the famous Besiktas Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey will host guests from all over the world who will come together to celebrate Dimash’s birthday – he will be 30 years old.

Traditionally, the fan club of the country where the concert is held takes an active part in the preparation of the large-scale event.

The Turkish fan club started its work from the very first day. Dears prepared a concert invitation, which was translated into 41 languages, posted on social media and sent to 243 accounts from 77 countries:

“Are we ready to turn the 30th anniversary of the owner of the beautiful voice Dimash Kudaibergen into a celebration that will surpass all our dreams and will be full of surprises, as well as have fun, fill our hearts with love and show the world that we are all united under one sky?”.

Before an artist’s solo concerts, groups are created in popular messengers to help guests coming from far away. Dears planning to come to the concert communicate in different languages in chat rooms, and the local fan club provides information about their country and helps people from other countries to orient themselves in matters of accommodation, transportation, and sightseeing trips.

Fans of the artist met Dimash at the airport of Istanbul and took part in the press conference on February 26. The special atmosphere of the event was given by black cloaks and beautiful masquerade masks of Dears, stylized under the “vampire” theme of the new music video “When I’ve got you”, which premiered at the press conference.

Dears prepare for Dimash's anniversary concert in Istanbul

At the moment, preparations for the concert are in full swing. Turkish fan club continues to share materials about the upcoming show.

The traditional Dears fandom pre-party is scheduled for May 23.

Dears prepare for Dimash's anniversary concert in Istanbul

And now many Dears take part in the action proposed by the Turkish fan club to prepare video invitations to Dimash’s concert. The purpose of this project is to show the many countries where the singer’s fans live, with bright accents of national color and address in different languages to demonstrate that music and creativity have no borders and distances.

“Thank you very much for your support and for your love! Without listeners and without your love everything I do has no meaning. I want to express my gratitude to everyone who supports my every outing. And also to everyone in Turkiye who is not indifferent to art and those who are involved in organizing the upcoming concert. From the bottom of my heart and soul, thank you all.
May our international friendship and spiritual bond grow stronger. The most important thing is to strive for the best. And with this aspiration to unite at my upcoming concert. On May twenty-fourth I am ready to make every effort to hold a concert that will be remembered for a long time” – Dimash Qudaibergen. Press conference in Istanbul on February 26, 2024.

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