Du announces line-up for World Music Festival
Dubai, February 28, 2013
Du, a major telecom operator in the UAE, has announced the line-up for the upcoming third du World Music Festival, which features a truly international selection of some of the globe’s most-loved musicians.
The exciting variety of artists will perform at venues in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, with top headliners including Andrea Bocelli, Guns N’ Roses, Amr Diab, Sonu Nigam, Train and Kadim Al Saher, among others.
Du customers can avail a 15 per cent discount until March 1, a company statement said.
Du World Music Festival concerts will be held this year in Abu Dhabi (du Arena) and Dubai (Dubai Media City Amphitheatre and Dubai Tennis Stadium) from March22 to April 6.
The line-up promises fantastic nights of music played across the emirates, to include some of the greatest musical talents from the Arab world and around the globe, covering numerous genres to provide something that pleases everyone.
“We’re thrilled with this year’s line-up, which includes an incredible variety of very talented musicians from around the world. Every artist has been carefully selected to appeal to the many nationalities that are present in the UAE, so that we can give back to the community and add life to their life in as many ways as possible,” said Hala Badri, executive vice president, Brand and Communications, du.
“The du World Music Festival has proved a huge success in the past years, and we look forward to this year being equally as rewarding in terms of providing the people of the UAE with a world class entertainment experience.”
Tickets are available now and can be purchased from du.ae/wmf or at Virgin Megastores from March3, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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