Arab stars to rock Dubai this Eid
Dubai, August 23, 2011
Some of the leading Arab stars including Nancy Ajram and Fares Karam and popular Indian singers Hariharan and Shankar Mahadevan besides international artists Sean Paul and Kelly Rowland will perform live in Dubai this Eid.
The star-studded concert is being organised as part of the ‘Eid in Dubai’ celebrations by Dubai Events.
The Bustan Rotana Hotel will host the first set of Eid concerts which will feature the likes of Wael Kfoury, Shatha Hassoun, and Ayman Zebib who will perform on September 1 while Fadel Shaker, Rola Saad, and Fares Karam will take the stage on day 2.
Tickets have been priced at Dh1,300 ($354), 900, 700, and 600 and are available on www.ticketingco.com. The concerts begin at 9pm.
Shoppiesta, the first ever consumer lifestyle fair in the region and an official ‘Eid in Dubai’ event, is also hosting a series of concerts at Meydan, Dubai.
Being organised from August 31 to September 4, these concerts will see rock stars Nancy Ajram and Melhem Zein perform on (day one); leading Filipino pop band South Border and popular Filipino girl band Mocha Girls (day two); legendary Iranian singer Googoosh (day three); famed Indian singers Hariharan and Shankar Mahadevan (day four); and high-profile artists such as Sean Paul, Kelly Rowland, and T-Pain on day five.
Modhesh World is also hosting a concert this Eid. 'Arabs Got Talent' finalist and young artist Hala Al Turk will perform a children’s concert at Airport Expo Dubai on the third day of Eid Al Fitr.
The concert will begin at 8pm and is free for Modhesh World visitors.-TradeArabia News Service
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