Tiёsto and DJ Snake take to the decks at Dubai World Trade Centre on 1st & 2nd December.
Dubai party-goers will be celebrating hard this National Day holiday following the announcement that Tiësto and DJ Snake, two of the world’s biggest DJ’s, are confirmed to perform in the region.
Taking the decks at Sheikh Rashid Hall at the Dubai World Trade Centre, DJ Snake will mix things up on the 1st of December. Known for its excellent acoustics and ability to provide a top-notch audio-visual experience, Sheikh Rashid Hall was the obvious choice for what is set to be one of the year’s greatest music events to date.
French DJ-Producer and luminary of the music charts, DJ Snake is one music’s hottest tickets right now. His debut album released in August 2016 reads like a ‘who’s who’ of the current music scene with guest slots from Skrillex to Mr Hudson. However, music fans will know him best for his standout singles Let Me Love You with Justin Bieber and Middle featuring Bipolar Sunshine, which quickly became the anthems of the summer.
Before hitting the charts, DJ Snake acted as a producer for Lady Gaga and in 2011, earning a Grammy-nomination for his work on her esteemed Born this Way album. Following his collaboration with Lil Jon on club banger Turn Down for What, he caught the attention of fellow mainstream dance music mogul Diplo/Major Lazer who signed him to his LA-based record label, Mad Decent.
In addition, the events will feature performances from hotly-tipped talents including well-known Paris artist Stephen Grandi, Cannes and St Tropez club circuit regular, Rafael Becker, and Dubai favourite Keza.
No EDM gig would be complete without breath-taking visuals and attendees can expect an explosion of sights and sounds with a full pyrotechnic show, lasers and projectors. The venue will operate a full bar run by African & Eastern.
Tickets to DJ Snake start from Dh275 for General Admission and will be available from Platinumlist & UAE Exchange.
For Info / Table Bookings: +971 50 855 1515
Date: 1st December
Time: Doors open at 9.30pm
Age: Strictly 21+
Venue: Sheikh Rashid Hall, Dubai World Trade Centre
Line-up: Stephen Grandi, Rafael Becker, Keza, DJ SNAKE