IPL 2023 Final: Divine, Jonita Gandhi among stars to dazzle Narendra Modi Stadium in Closing Ceremony

Chennai Super Kings are already in the Final, whereas the winner of Gujarat Titans and Mumbai Indians in the Qualifier 2 are set to join them for the championship clash.

And there is another piece of good news for the fans as the Narendra Modi stadium is set to get another dose of musical and Bollywood entertainment before and during the Final. The IPL 2023 closing ceremony is set to get performances from some renowned rappers and singers.

IPL Final 2023: When will the performance start?

The IPL 2023 closing ceremony will start at 6 pm IST on Sunday (May 28) at the Narendra Modi stadium. There will also be a mid-inning show in the Final, which is a trademark event in American sports events.

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Who will perform at the IPL 2023 Closing Ceremony?

There will be two sets of performances in the IPL 2023 closing ceremony.

Renowned rapper King and Nucleya will be performing before the start of the match. King, who came to prominence after his song ‘Tu aake Dekhle’ has produced many chartbusters in recent months. Nucleya is an electronic music producer and is renowned for his hits like Koocha Monster, Bass Rani and more.

Another renowned rapper Divine and singer Jonita Gandhi look set to perform during the innings break. Jonita Gandhi is a Bollywood singer whereas Divine is one of the best rappers in the country. A Bollywood film named Gully Boy also has been made portraying Divine’s life.

IPL 2023 Opening Ceremony

Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium also got the treat for the opening ceremony this year. Bollywood singer Arijit Singh, actress Tamannah Bhatia and Rashmika Mandana were among the performers at the time when the season started on March 31 this year.

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