Dubai Jazz Festival tickets go on sale
Dubai, January 9, 2013
Tickets to the 2013 Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival, featuring a line-up of A-list artists, are now available for purchase.
The event, which is set to be held from February 14 to 22 at Festival Park in Dubai Festival City, will feature OneRepublic, 3 Doors Down, Deep Purple, The Script, The YellowJackets, Chuck Loeb, Nicholas Cole, and the region’s leading fusion jazz artist Guy Manoukian.
“The 2013 Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival is set to rock the city through 22 performances spread over nine consecutive nights of musical bliss. Lovers of jazz and blues will witness mind-blowing performances by award-winning musicians from across the globe at the 5th Edition of the OSN Jazz Garden,” said Anthony Younes, chief executive, Chillout Productions.
“We launched the Jazz Garden in 2009 to add charm and coziness to the overall atmosphere of the festival so that fans will definitely enjoy the best of international jazz rhythms.”
The line-up for this year’s OSN Jazz Garden includes Paul Brown, Marc Antoine, Brian Simpson, Oli Silk, Lin Rountree, Sax Gordon, Brian Templeton, Toni Lynn Washington, and Barrence Whitfield.
Tickets are available now from Time Out, Ticketing Company, Ticketmaster, and Virgin Megastore UAE. Prices are set at Dh295 ($80.33) for regular standing, Dh395 for middle seat, Dh495 for front seat, and Dh995 for the VIP terrace.
“Following last year’s huge turnout, we foresee continued success at the 2013 edition of the festival in which we expect many fans to join us from all over the Middle East. The event gathered over 46,000 fans in 2012 and we anticipate even larger attendance this year,” said Younes. – TradeArabia News Service
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