All events adhere to health and safety standards

Dubai: Art concerts and live performances in celebration of the 49th National Day


Dubai hosts a number of the most talented singers and musicians to celebrate the 49th National Day, as events that include a range of concerts, musical performances, fireworks displays and lights continue until the fifth of this month.

The Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment has selected an elite group of artists who will present a variety of music styles to meet the tastes of audiences of all ages and cultures, while ensuring that preventive measures are adhered to to ensure the health and safety of the public.

Arabic music

Dubai will allow its residents and visitors the opportunity to enjoy two evenings of Arabic and Gulf music and songs at Burj Park in the Downtown Dubai area.

The UAE National Day concerts, in cooperation with MBC, are presented to the public tomorrow, Wednesday, an evening hosted by the artist Belqis and the artist Mohammed Al-Shehhi. The region in singing poems and Gulf singing style.

While the UAE National Day concerts, in cooperation with MBC, will also host, on Thursday, the artist Aida Al Minhali and the artist Shamma Hamdan in Burj Park.

Eida is distinguished as a composer and poet who often sings without musical instruments. He is well known throughout the region after releasing his first album “Whatever Happens” in 2002. This was followed by the release of six more albums, in addition to the single “Muta’a”.

As for Shamma Hamdan, she made it to the final stages of the popular TV talent show "Arabz Got Talent" in 2012 when she was only 18 years old. Shamma is very popular across the region through her hit songs "Al Hala Subak" and "I like it" and "we are here."

All concerts will adhere to strict health and safety standards in order to combat the Corona virus (Covid-19), and to protect attendees, including requiring the public to wear masks at all times.

It is reported that entrance to the two concerts is free, but pre-registration is required through the website

Local talent

On the other hand, the HomeGrown Beats Show will present a selection of young talents who perform a variety of music styles during the National Day celebrations. Hassan Ahmed, nicknamed "Big Has", will perform next Saturday at the Mall of the Emirates stage.

This group that spotlights local artists and provides a platform for pioneering young talent to show their skills includes Bafouri, Bailil, Dina Stars, Medin Hamza, Nagham Dibal, SG & Ahmadou and Sohaib Alice.

Note that the prices of tickets for the shows that are held in cooperation with Blank Space OpenMike start from 45 to 125 dirhams, and the first show starts at 8:30 pm.

International stars

International singer-songwriter Michael Rosenberg, better known as Basinger, will perform some of his most famous songs on the Dubai Opera stage next Friday.

Basinger began presenting live performances in 2007 as a full-fledged band, but later he became a solo performer, and Basinger is one of the most loved artists in the United Kingdom over the past few years, as the lyrics of his songs have won the admiration of many around the world.

Ticket prices start at 295 dirhams.

Two concerts by Balqis and Al-Shehhi on Wednesday, and Aida Al-Minhali and Shamma Hamdan on Thursday.

The international singer "Basinger" performs some of his most famous songs on the Dubai stage.

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