Chris Brown to perform in Dubai
Dubai, November 22, 2011
Grammy Award winning R&B singer, song-writer, dancer and actor, Chris Brown, will perform for his Middle Eastern fans on December 9 as he heads to Dubai for his first live performance.
The show is as part of his worldwide F.A.M.E. tour and will be held at the Dubai Festival City.
Organisers 321-Events have promised a spectacular show as the global music icon will perform to some of his best tracks from the album “F.A.M.E” and many other hit singles from his previous albums.
Zoha Beig, CEO, 321 Events, said: “Chris Brown is one of the most mesmerising stage performers. We are working closely with his production team to make the Dubai leg of his F.A.M.E tour an unforgettable experience. We are overwhelmed by the response from his fans from across the Middle East and expect a full audience.”
Chris Brown’s dance routines have been compared to world renowned R&B artists such as Michael Jackson and Usher.
He has collaborated with some of the hottest artists today including Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes and Pitbull. His most recent release F.A.M.E debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 making it his first #1 album and spawned three consecutive #1 singles “Look At Me Now,” “Deuces,” and “No BS.”
These singles along with “Yeah 3X,” “She Ain’t You,” “Beautiful People,” and “Wet the Bed” have sold over 8 million copies in the US alone and the album has been certified Gold by the RIAA.
Tickets are priced at - silver Dh295 ($80.33), Gold Dh395 ($107.56), platinum Dh595 ($162.02), and Fame lounge Dh995 ($270.93) - can be purchased online or at all Virgin Megastores across Dubai and Abu Dhabi and selected Eppco/Enoc/Zoom/Spinneys outlets.
Doors open at 6:30pm and there is no age limit for the concert. – TradeArabia News Service
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