After creating history by being the first turbaned singer to perform live at Opera House, Sydney, Satinder Sartaaj is making the nation proud again. He is the first Punjabi singer who was honoured in the Parliament of Victoria, Melbourne. The singer shares his happy moment with his fans through social media, where he is getting a certificate of appreciation for contribution to excellence in the field of music.
The singer just gave a terrific performance in Melbourne before being honoured at the Parliament of Victoria. It was an overpacked performance with enthralling vibrant energy.
An Honour in The #Parliament of Victoria @VicParliament #Australia??in #Melbourne. Next Concert is Sat. 4th May-Scott Theatre #Adelaide 0433 307 518 & Sun.5th May #Brisbane Convention Centre 0425-303-493 #EcstasyTour2019 #Sartaaj?? pic.twitter.com/MkeUnxICwG— Satinder Sartaaj (@SufiSartaaj) May 1, 2019
Earlier, he shared pictures from the historic day of his life, when he performed at the Opera House in Sydney. It was an unforgettable day for him with ecstatic atmosphere.
??#MELBOURNE?✨#SARTAAJLIVE? It was an Overpacked Concert..with Love?as well. The response from the Audience was mesmerising.. Enthralling vibrant energy this city has???Jiyo?? pic.twitter.com/JN6Ed1ryb9— Satinder Sartaaj (@SufiSartaaj) April 30, 2019