Birmingham hosts bhangra stars

Some of the world's biggest Asian music artists have gathered in Birmingham for the BritAsia TV Music Awards, a celebration of the industry's biggest singers, sounds and producers.

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Bhangra stars in Birmingham ahead of awards

Team PBN Credit: ITV News Central

A number of Bhangra stars are in Birmingham today ahead of the BritAsia TV Awards which are taking place in the city tomorrow. Dancers and singers have been rehearsing all day in preparation for the event which will be screened on TV tomorrow.

A dancer from the group Ankhile before rehearsals Credit: ITV News Central
Jaz Dhami is nominated in a number of categories at the BritAsia TV Music Awards Credit: ITV News Central
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Birmingham hosts bhangra music awards

Some of the world's biggest Asian music artists are preparing for an extravaganza to remember. On Saturday night Birmingham hosts The BritAsia TV Music Awards, a celebration of the industry's biggest singers, sounds and producers.

Many of the artists nominated and performing are from across the Midlands' region, and are known worldwide for their iconic songs and music videos. Audiences from around the globe have been voting for the award categories.

Thousands of music fans are heading into Birmingham just for the event at The National Indoor Arena, and the chance to see so many Asian music stars under one roof at one time.

Birmingham hosts big bhangra and music stars

Many of Asian music's most famous names were all under one roof in Birmingham last night, ahead of one of the music calendar's biggest award ceremonies. The event celebrates the best of bhangra and Asian music.

The stars begin to arrive at the nomination party Credit: ITV News Central

Artists including PBN (Punjabi by Nature), H Dhami, Angrej Ali, Asif Khan, Jas Dhami, Taz, Dr Zeus, Panjabi Hit Squad and Apache Indian were just some of the names at the BritAsiaTV Music Awards Nomination Party.

All smiles for the camera as the stars arrive Credit: ITV News Central

Many of the artists are known across the worldwide bhangra and Asian music scene with thousands of fans. But there are plenty of acts who are from right across the Midlands, including Coventry, Derby, Smethwick, Wolverhampton, Telford, Leicester, Birmingham and more.

Taz, who celebrates more than 20 years in the music industry. He's credited with bringing parts of fusion music to mainstream audiences Credit: ITV News Central

The winners will be announced at a concert in October at Birmingham's National Indoor Arena, with the city once again hosting the top talents of the Asian music scene under one roof.

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