Bradford Bazaar launched its biggest ever sale earlier this month with a special guest on hand to provide some musical entertainment to the thousands of customers.
Alongside the massive savings and huge giveaways, renowned singer, Nadeem Abbas, headed down to the bazaar to meet and greet customers and treat shoppers to a hearing of his big hit ‘Bismilla Karan’.
The Pakistani singer proved a popular choice, with crowds gathering to see him sing live before posing for pictures and signing autographs.
Nadeem’s visit signalled the start of Bradford Bazaar’s largest sale, and the day was kick-started with a free suit giveaway to the first 100 women.
Jasvinder Singh, director and owner at the Bazaar, said he was taken aback by the early morning rush, adding: “We had a large queue outside before we opened despite the rain.”
As the day progressed, the sales continued to impress the crowds with thousands flocking to the site to get their hands on the latest bargains.
Many items were slashed below half price and with entertainment for children from face painting to children’s rides and even a visit from Mickey Mouse, there was something for everybody at the sale.
Last week, the bazaar continued to live up to its growing reputation of not only providing top quality produce but also first-class entertainment for customers with a free live performance of the Pakistani play ‘Chalo Chalo UK Chalo’.
Once again, intrigued shoppers called in to see the performance whilst having a look around the hundreds of stalls.
For more information of what’s going on at Bradford Bazaar, or to just find out more information about the site, visit www.bradfordbazaar.co.uk or like them on Facebook.