Sirisena did not name the two cricket stars, but it was widely known that the concert was hosted by a company set up recently by the pair after Sangakkara retired from international cricket in August.
Live Events said they were considering refunding fans who were disappointed due to delays in starting the concert and the ensuing crowd chaos.
The concessions were given under the former government of Mahinda Rajapaksa but critics in Sri Lanka opposed the move to give tax breaks to foreign gaming ventures.
Chief selector Sanath Jayasuriya expressed his displeasure with the performance of the bowling attack while praying for the return to full fitness of the 31-year-old Malinga."The bowling department is an area of concern.
The new coalition government, which includes defectors from Mr Rajapaksa's administration, has announced a 100-day constitutional reform agenda which includes measures to increase transparency and end corruption.
Sri Lanka may be a tiny country but it is full of natural wonders, which more than make up for its size.
The previous government had offered the concessions in an effort to turn the Sri Lankan capital into a regional gaming hub.
The opposition, Sri Lanka’s influential Buddhist leaders and some members of Mr Rajapaksa's government criticised the move. His regime had been accused of becoming authoritarian and corrupt.