Concerts and events are slowly starting to come back within the UAE and the Dubai Opera will showcase its first live concert since the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions were lifted across the city.
On schedule to perform is Emirati superstar Hussain Al Jassmi and Lebanese singer Yara, who will host the live charity show in support of UNICEF, on August 1 at the opera house from 22:00 until midnight. All proceeds from the concert will go to UNICEF’s #Reimagine campaign in support of young individuals impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dubai Opera will also host another Arab music legend in the coming days in a unique, innovative performance like no other. The late Egyptian singer Umm Kulthum will take to the stage for three incredible nights of live hologram shows, as part of the Umm Kulthum Hologram Concert at Dubai Opera from August 6-8.
The very latest in audio and visual technology will be used to project a perfect hologram of the singer onto the stage as she "performs" some of her most famous songs accompanied by live musicians, giving a chance for a new generation of music lovers as well as older fans to see the singer live again!
Tickets to Hussain Al Jassmi and Yara are priced at Dhs495 for Silver class seats, Dhs995 for Gold, Dhs1,500 for VIP and Dhs2,000 for Premium VIP, while VIP Boxes are selling for Dhs2,500.
Tickets to the Umm Kulthum Hologram Concert at Dubai Opera are priced from Dhs295 to Dhs550.
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