Madonna concert tickets set to go on sale
Abu Dhabi, February 26, 2012
Tickets for Madonna’s exclusive Middle East concert in Abu Dhabi will go on sale tomorrow (February 27), event organisers Flash Entertainment said.
The event is scheduled to take place on June 3.
Fans across the region will be able to purchase tickets at noon from the company’s website, and limited tickets will also be available at Virgin Megastore outlets in Dubai and Abu Dhabi (Dubai Mall, Mall of the Emirates and Abu Dhabi Mall).
The general admission tickets are priced at Dh495 ($134.7), all-seated grandstand at Dh695 ($189.2) and golden circle tickets at Dh1,095 ($298). A limited quantity of VIP hospitality packages will also be available at Dh2,295 ($625).
Each VIP package will include a golden circle ticket to see Madonna live in Abu Dhabi, an exclusive tour gift, official tour programme, a dedicated VIP reception, a commemorative tour laminate, a private entrance to the concert site and a VIP parking pass (limited quantity).
For those coming from Dubai, there will be an iMan Bus service available for Dh85 ($23.1) which must be purchased with concert tickets, the statement said.
Flash has also worked closely with all hotels across the Capital and on Yas Island to secure affordable multiple packages that would suit everyone, it said.
Hotels across the Capital include the Intercontinental Abu Dhabi, select Rotana Group of Hotels and Vision Suite Apartments.Hotels on Yas Island, which are just a short walk away from the Yas Arena, will be offering special Madonna concert packages. Hotels include; Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi, The Crowne Plaza, Radisson Blu, Centro Yas Island, Park Inn and Yas Island Rotana. – TradeArabia News Service
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