Question: Should I see Kanika Kapoor and Guru Randhawa Live in Concert in March?

I just got this ticket alert, and in Normal Times I would really REALLY want to do it. Funky old Chicago theater that’s like ten minutes from my new house, fun performers, why not? But is it worth risking Pandemic?

I should say, I’ve actually seen both of these people before. Guru performed when I saw Salman, and Kanika performed when I saw Shahrukh. So there’s one reason I can skip it.

On the pro-side, SUPER fun and funky theater, ten minute drive from my house, and most importantly, total blast music:

Guru Songs:

“Suit Suit”

“Enni Soni”

“Munde Mar Gaye”

And Kanika Songs:

“Lovely”

“Baby Doll”

“Oo Bolega”

and also, LOOK HOW COOL THIS THEATER IS!!!!

Copernicus Center · Sites · Open House Chicago

Anyway, what do you think I should do?

Follow up question, which of the above songs is your favorite?

I’m ashamed to admit it, but “Baby Doll” is the one I really can’t resist singing along.

6 thoughts on “Question: Should I see Kanika Kapoor and Guru Randhawa Live in Concert in March?

  1. Pingback: Query: Ought to I see Kanika Kapoor and Guru Randhawa Stay in Live performance in March? - dailyhant

  2. Buy tickets if you can afford to buy them and not go if the world isn’t cooperating enough for you to feel safe going. But in the best case, you’ll get to see live music! In a cool, funky theater! With other humans who are happy to be there!

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  3. You are vaccinated & boostered. Wear a mask and have fun! IF you have someone in your life who is high risk don’t hang out with them for 10 days after the concert. Remember that children’s theater I’m organizing? The directors showed up with Covid. They are quaranting in a hotel room, and are doing fine (they are vaccinated). The show is postponed, but it is not the end of the world and I am very grateful for take-home antigen tests.

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  4. This won’t be much help, but if it were me, I’d buy the tix, obsess about it for weeks, go to the concert and have a goodtime, then obsess some more afterwards about whether I’d done the right thing. It’d be a toss-up between the fun and the angst.

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