Announcement: Hanggai Concert 17th January 2015 Cancelled


The new year concert of Tonight, I Am In Delhi by Hanggai on the 17th of January of 2015 is cancelled, due to the absence of the performers.

The organizer of the event, Beijing Stallion Era, apologizes deeply for the cancellation, to all those who have already purchased tickets. Thank you all for your support. Stallion Era will do its best in refunding and related matters, and truly does appreciate your understanding and cooperation. We will persist in presenting the beautiful world of music to you all.

Ticket refund is available from the 14th of January 2015. Please kindly contact your distributor for the refund; those who have purchased tickets online shall be receiving text messages or phone calls.

To reach Stallion Era: 010-63321959


To those who have won the draw:

1.First Prize (One of 899RMB T-Fire Watch) is still valid.

2.Second Prize (One of 150RMB Hanggai Concert Ticket): with the reference number the winner can attend any concert hosted by Stallion Era in the year of 2015.

3.Third Prize (One of Hanggai Signed Poster) is still valid.


From the 14th of January 2014, Stallion Era will contact the winners via your contact details submitted to the Stallion Era official Wechat account.

Stallion Era official Wechat account: zhanmashidai

Land Line: 010-63321959

——Beijing Stallion Era Cultural Communication Limited

13th of January 2015




Hanggai was founded in 2004.It is the most popular Chinese band on the international festival circuit today, has travelled to 60 countries and regions and played over 500 shows. Hanggai has many times been the last act performance at Wacken (the world’s largest heavy metal festival) and WOMAD (a multinational world music festival that takes place around the world); “Ayrhindu” (The Drinking Song) was chosen as the theme song for Holland’s Zwarte Cross festival. Hanggai have appeared in televised performances in Canada, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Holland, Mexico, New Zealand, China and many other countries.

Hanggai’s album “He Who Travels Far” was ranked at #6 on authoritative UK music magazine Mojo’s list of the “Best of 2010 World CDs”; as the only album from Asia selected, it was chosen as one of the “Top Ten CDs Worth Buying” by Songlines for the second half of 2010. “Shigr Shigr” from the album《He Who Travels Far》 similarly was named #5 on Songlines’ list of “The Best Albums in World Music”. In 2011, for the album “He Who Travels Far”, Hanggai has won “Best Rock Album of the Year” in the 11th Music Now Awards (Yinyue Fengyun Bang), “Best Band” and “Best Minority Music” awards in the 11th Mandarin Music Media Awards and was nominated for “Best Group” in the Songlines Music Awards 2011. As young Chinese today, Hanggai hold a belief in nature and life, and are reaching for something beyond a beautiful sound in their music. Hanggai seek to combine Mongolian history and traditional culture with the performance and creation of modern music and to win over fans of every age and the media in all countries with their enthusiastically powerful and inspiring live performances, their understated virile power as well as the charm of their sincerity.


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