Winter comes alive at KIA

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Travellers and guests at the Kempegowda International Airport witnessed a “Winter Wonderland”.

This is the Fourth Edition of Bangalore International Airport Limited’s year-end festival “Season Of Smiles”. The celebrations started from 15th December and will go on till 31st of December. There are live music performances, interactive photo sessions and exciting shopping offers to choose from.

The airport has a life size X’Mas Tree and Santa Claus installations along with some other Christmas characters. It’s a true visual treat for the holiday season!

Among the activities are:

Shop More, Get More, Win More:

Here passengers who love to shop can participate in a lucky draw by purchasing F&B products worth Rs.299 or above at any retail, food and beverage outlet and lounges at the Kerb and inside the airport..

The mega prizes include a Jeep Compass, LG Home Audio System and Fossil watches. Passengers can also win daily prizes of LG appliances. The Social Media handle of  the Airport @BLRAirport on Twitter and Facebook will engage with online customers who can win exciting gifts every day through this period.

Activities Around Music:

The festivities at the airport will come to life as the Bangalore School of Music, Colombo-based Soul Sounds and Best Kept Secrets engage with onlookers at the Kerb and inside the Terminal. These performances will be from 6 to 8 pm daily from December 17 to 21.

17th, December, 2017 – Bangalore Men from the Bangalore School of Music, who will perform Western Classical Music.

18th and 19th  December 2017 – Soul Sounds, a premier female ensemble choir.

20th December, 2017 – Best Kept Secrets, they have a repertoire ranging from classic funk and soul, to Motown, disco, pop, and country music.

21st December, 2017 – Moon Arra from the Bangalore School of Music, who will perform fusion of Indian Classical and Jazz.

In addition to this, the airport officials have decided to spread the smile beyond the terminal as it is “The Season Of Smiles”. Post cards which are creatively designed by children with special needs are available at the terminal where guests and travellers can send it to their families at no cost. BIAL has also set up a contribution box where travellers can contribute towards Mathru Free School for the Blind and Hearing Impaired Children. The money will be used to buy Braille Books for these children. For every contribution, BIAL will donate an equal sum to the school

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