Scissor Sisters set for debut ME show
Abu Dhabi, December 19, 2011
Internationally acclaimed Scissor Sisters will be in Abu Dhabi for their debut Middle East per formance with British RnB singer Ms Dynamite on January 12 at the Yas Island.
The chart topping New York band will be bringing its widely loved and infectious dance floor anthems to Yas Island Abu Dhabi, said the event organisers Flash Entertainment.
Known for their humorous and often controversial performances, the Scissor Sisters’ unique mix of disco, electro and good old fashioned Elton John-era rock n’ roll is widely loved right across the globe, they said.
The tickets for the show have gone up on sale from today (December 19) and organisers are expecting fans across the region to snap them up well ahead of the January 12 show.
Shatha Al Romaithi, Flash Entertainment spokesperson, said: 'Scissor Sisters have a huge following and they are known to appeal to just about all music lovers out there. We are very excited to be bringing them to Abu Dhabi and the region for the very first time.'
'The New York duo will be joined by Mobo award & Mercury Music Prize winning singer, Ms. Dynamite, who is revered for introducing UK garage music to the mainstream with her 2002 debut album, A Little Deeper.'
'We are expecting an incredible performance,' he added.
The show will take place at the Flash Forum on Yas Island, with doors opening at 9pm. Other performances on the night include: DJ 3 (gumball/dynamite/shy fx); DJ Jack (etoiles); B Traits (female DJ from shy fx).
Yas Island is fast becoming one of the region's hottest entertainment destinations, attracting various international talent to the Capital as well as entertainment lovers locally and from across the region, said Al Romaithi.-TradeArabia News Service
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