Arab stars to rock Dubai this Eid
Dubai, September 5, 2010
The Dubai Events and Promotions Establishment is bringing some of the best known Arab and Iranian singers such as Fadel Shaker, Elissa, Abadi Johar, Mona Amrsha, Ruwaida Attiya and Fares Karam for a three-day ‘Eid in Dubai’ concert.
A total of eight Arab singers and six Iranian pop stars will take the stage to thrill music lovers during Eid, said a statement from Dubai Events and Promotions Establishment.
In a two-day concert at the Madinat Arena on September 10 and September 11, Arab pop sensations - Fadel Shaker, Elissa, Abadi Johar, Hussein Al Jasmi, Mona Amrsha, and Ruwaida Attiya will hit the stage.
While Abadi Johar, Mona Amrsha, and Hussein Al Jasmi perform on September 10, Fadel Shaker, Elissa, and Ruwaida Attiya will take the stage on September 11. Saudi singer Abadi Johar is performing in UAE after a gap of almost 14 years.
Tickets prices start at Dh1200 ($326.7) for VIP, Dh1000 (Platinum), Dh700 (Gold), Dh500 (Silver), all including dinner, and Dh300 (Balcony). Tickets are available at Virgin Megastore, Spinneys, TimeOut Tickets, and Box Office Middle East on 04-3676520.
Additionally, renowned Arab singers Fares Karam and Shaza Hasson will perform in a mega concert from 9.30pm onwards on September 12 at Al Bustan Rotana.
Tickets, priced at Dh600, Dh800, and Dh1200, are available at Al Bustan Rotana and through Box Office Middle East on 04-3676520.
The Dubai World Trade Centre is the venue for a key Iranian concert on September 10 featuring Iranian pop-stars Andy, Afshin, Sepideh, and Erfan.
VIP tickets are priced at Dh500 and regular seats at Dh365. The following day on September 11, Iranian artists Benyamin and Ali Ashabi take the stage for yet another concert. Tickets are priced at Dh499 for VIP and Dh299 for regular seats. Tickets are available at Virgin MEGASTORE and at the venue.-TradeArabia News Service
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