Russian singer Bilan to rock Dubai
Dubai, March 25, 2008
Singing sensation Dima Bilan, who has made a huge impact on the Russian and global music scene, is gearing up for his debut performance in Dubai.
With accolades including ‘Artist of the Year’, International Music Awards 2006 and MTV RMA Winner ‘Best Song’ and ‘Best Artist’ 2006, Bilan, will perform his first live solo concert in the region on Thursday at Madinat Jumeirah Arena.
'Dima Bilan will wow Dubai’s music fans with his energetic set including performances of his international hit songs; ‘Never Let You Go’, and ‘Number One Fan’, as well as his latest hit song ‘Believe’, produced in collaboration with Grammy winning American record producer, composer, rapper and singer, Timbaland,' said the organisers.
Commenting on his upcoming concert in Dubai, Dima Bilan said “I am really looking forward to the concert; I’ve been to Dubai before and noticed there is such an amazing feel to the city, it made perfect sense to me to perform to a multicultural crowd that has a multicultural taste in music.'
'I like to radiate real energy in all my performances, an element that I know will ensure the Dubai crowd gets totally absorbed in the concert.”
As the selected artist to represent Russia in the MTV Europe Music Awards in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2006, Dima is no novice when it comes to representing his country having been the runner up in Eurovision 2006 and will look to go one better in Eurovision 2008 with his hit song ‘Believe’.
The concert starts at 8.30pm and the tickets are priced at Dh500 ($136), Dh750 for standing and gold class and Dh1,500 and Dh3,000 for VIP and Diamond stalls.
A fan of performance cars, Dima Bilan’s concert will also have tuned cars on display courtesy of Prestige Cars.-TradeArabia News Service
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