- Music fans can now take advantage of the 48 hours promotion and receive 20% on all tickets
With Valentine’s day around the corner, Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival is offering a special discounted rate of 20 percent on all tickets to music fans and avid supporters of the event available for 48 hours only. Guests can avail 20 percent off starting from Monday, 13th Feb at 9:00 am to Wednesday, 15th Feb at 9:00 am on the tickets available for purchase (excluding the VIP TABLES in the SKYBOX).
The opening night on the 22nd February featuring Sir Tom and The Rad Trads will offer a seat selection, on a first-come first served basis, to all Fan Pit and Golden Circle Ticket holders exclusively. Music icon Mariah Carey will perform on the 23rd February with Latin pop sensation Enrique Iglesias closing the festival on the 24th February.
This year’s edition will also see VIP tables accommodating groups of six and ten for AED 6,000 AND AED 10,000 respectively. The offering for groups can be booked for a night of your choice and features VIP tickets for one of the three nights, one table at the VIP SKYBOX, premium beverages and unlimited soft drinks and juices.
Taking place at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre between 22nd and 24th February, the annual musical extravaganza continues to be one of the most anticipated events in Dubai’s calendar. Tickets can be purchased on www.ticketmaster.ae or visit www.dubaijazzfest.com .
Topping off the already impressive lineup, the festival will allow attendees to enjoy amazing regional jazz and soul music compilations at Anghami Sessions, launched in collaboration with official music partner Anghami.
This year the Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival celebrates their 15th Year Anniversary announcing the festival’s largest headlining acts with Sir Tom Jones opening on 22nd February, Mariah Carey on the 23rd February and Enrique Iglesias on the closing night, 24th February. In addition to the headline artists, guests at this year’s 15th edition of the Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival will be treated to performances from supporting acts that include The Rad Trads, Raul Midón and Nathan Sykes.