What performers will perform at the PSL 9 opening ceremony?

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Pakistan’s Gaddafi Stadium is set to host an exciting opening ceremony for the ninth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) that will be attended by thousands of local and international cricket fans as they prepare for the epic showdown between domestic and international players.

Aima Baig, Noori, Arif Lohar, Leo Twins, Natasha Baig and Ali Zafar will take part in the opening ceremony, which is scheduled to begin at 6:30p.m. by the stadium’s gates will be open to spectators from 3:00pm.

There will also be free fireworks displays and laser shows as part of the opening ceremony, which will mark the city’s first-ever participation in the Professional Soccer League.

This ceremony not only marks the beginning of four weeks of cricketing extravaganza which will last nearly four weeks, but it is also a night of glitz and glamour. There are many international and Pakistani stars at the tournament such as Shaheen Shah Afridi, Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, Rilee Rossouw, Kieron Pollard and many more who are all seeking glory and will ensure that fans will witness more nail-biting matches like the ones they have seen so far during previous editions of the tournament.

This year’s Pakistan Super League will be held in four cities: Karachi, Lahore, Multan, and Rawalpindi. In total, 34 matches will be played in the four cities.

There are nine matches to be played at the Lahore stadium, which includes five matches on the home pitch of the Qalandars, according to the details.

Five matches – all Multan Sultans matches – will be played at the picturesque Multan Cricket Stadium. In order for the league to take place, the first leg will take place between 17 and 27 February in Lahore and Multan before the action moves to Karachi and Rawalpindi for the second leg.

During the period March 2 to 10, the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium will host nine matches, with five of them involving United. A total of four of the ten matches contested by Peshawar Zalmi will be played in Rawalpindi, while three of the ten matches contested by Quetta Gladiators will be played at Pindi Cricket Stadium.

In addition to the grand finale on March 18 at Karachi’s National Bank Stadium, the stadium will host a total of 11 matches. At least five matches will be played at the venue by the home side Karachi Kings, while at least three matches will be played at the venue by the Gladiators.

Timenews provided that news.

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