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Ali Campbell to perform at World Tennis League concert

UB40 stars to perform for World Tennis League at Etihad Arena

ABU DHABI, September 19, 2023

The World Tennis League (WTL) has revealed English iconic band, UB40 featuring Ali Campbell, The Original Wailers featuring Al Anderson, and Trojan Sound System as its first artists for this year’s sporting and entertainment event in Abu Dhabi, with the stars to perform in a special ‘Reggae Night’ concert on December 23.

Taking place at the iconic Etihad Arena on Yas Island, Trojan Sound System, the legendary party starters famous for remixing flavours from the past 40 years, will open proceedings on Reggae Night at this year’s World Tennis League, with organisers confirming tickets are set to go on sale.

Trojan Sound System will be followed by The Original Wailers featuring Al Anderson, the sole member of the Bob Marley and The Wailers mid-1970s line-up, before UB40 featuring lead singer and founder Ali Campbell close out the evening in style at Etihad Arena with some of the band’s smash-hit singles. 

The unique sports and entertainment spectacle – coined the ‘Greatest Show on Court’ – will see some of the world’s finest tennis players in action across the four-day event from December 21 (Thursday) to December 24 (Sunday) in Abu Dhabi, with world class international concerts set to perform the event’s evening concerts once play concludes on the first three nights.

 Rajesh Banga, Chairman of World Tennis League, said: “We’re thrilled to announce UB40, The Original Wailers and The Trojan Sound System as our first artists set to headline the evening concerts of World Tennis League this December.

“This unique blend of world class international acts will feature as part of our Reggae night, bringing their iconic hits to light up Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Arena. It promises to be an amazing spectacle and we encourage our fans to book their tickets now to experience the ‘Greatest Show on Court’.” – TradeArabia News Service




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