Jennifer Lopez to perform in Dubai
Dubai, May 23, 2012
Hollywood celebrity and pop superstar Jennifer Lopez will give her first live Middle East show in Dubai on November 22 as part of her Dance Again world tour.
“Superstar and pop celebrity Lopez going out on world tour is one of the most exciting 2012 entertainment news for our region and we cannot wait to promote the J LO ‘Dance Again’ Dubai concert,” said Thomas Ovesen, COO CONE Events.
“Voted the world’s most powerful celebrity and with a fantastic catalogue of chart toppers, this J LO concert will definitely sell out – you have been warned to register now!”
Actress, singer, producer and entrepreneur Jennifer Lopez continues to influence a generation of pop music fans, most recently with global No 1 ‘On The Floor’, and will be performing hits from across her expansive career, which includes seven studio albums, 11 US Top 10 singles and 18 UK Top 20 singles.
Laila Mohd Suhail, CEO, Depe, said: “We are very pleased to support this high caliber concert that will attract audiences from across the world and draw the attention of the global media. Ms Lopez’ concert will surely cement Dubai’s position as a leading hub of mega events in the region and we hope to create a memorable evening for all attending.”
The superstar kicks off the Dance Again world tour in Panama City on June 14 and will play a further seven dates in South America and 19 across North America.
Lopez recently announced that she will virtually invite fans backstage during the upcoming tour via her recently-launched interactive website. Fans will have the opportunity to access special concert ticket giveaways, interviews, messages and photos from behind the scenes.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public in a few weeks’ time, a statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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