Cyclops plans star-studded New Year’s Eve
Dubai, December 3, 2009
Cyclops Communication, a top entertainment event organiser, is organising a New Year’s Eve musical concert that will feature Bollywood stars at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
While stars Atif Aslam, Shaan and Vasundhara Das are set to headline the event Dazzle Dubai New Year’s Eve 2010, comedian Suresh Menon will add to the event’s line-up of celebrity performers.
The musical extravaganza will feature the artists’ hit songs as well as Bollywood classics, a statement said.
Presented by Western Union, the concert is expected to attract 8,000 people, including fans from the UAE, Asia, the Middle East as well as Western expats and Arabs.
“Boasting of a line up of performers that will appeal to all partygoers and music connoisseurs, Dazzle Dubai New Year’s Eve 2010 will be the hip and happening event in Dubai to be at this New Year’s Eve,” said Anita Shah, CEO, Cyclops Communication.
“What better way to welcome the coming year than to be with the biggest and brightest stars, and we have made this possible through this event. We are looking forward to this massive, fun-filled and exciting concert, and we hope to see everyone there,” Shah added.
Platinum invites include prime seats in front of the stage, non-alcoholic beverages, silver spoon serving, red carpet entrance, valet parking and limo pick up and drop off service (which can be requested 15 days prior to the event), exclusive dance floor access and group photo.
Patrons can also get Gold tickets for Dh900 ($245) each, which are inclusive of buffet style seated dinner, non-alcoholic beverages and exclusive dance floor access; and silver tickets at Dh350 each.
“Music and films have always transcended people from different cultural backgrounds and nationalities, and with the UAE being one of the largest melting pots of cultures in the world, this event will definitely be appreciated not only by Bollywood fans but by the wider audience present here as well,' said Shah.
'As we prepare for a show that can be enjoyed by everyone, our goal is to make New Year’s Eve an even more joyous occasion through music,” she concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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