Nicki Minaj to perform in Dubai next month

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Nicki Minaj will bring her colourful brand of hip-hop to Meydan in Dubai next month.

Nicki Minaj will bring her colourful brand of hip-hop to Meydan in Dubai next month.

Nicki Minaj will bring her colourful brand of hip-hop to Meydan in Dubai next month.

The Trinidad-born megastar will perform on December 28 at a show organised by the Alchemy Project, promoters of the star-studded Atelier Festivals.

Fans of the ‘Starships’ singer have been waiting for such an announcement since the megastar tweeted “We're making a stop in Dubai. Yaay!” earlier this year.

Tickets for the Minaj gig will cost AED350 for standard or AED550 for VIP. Call 056 675 2181.

The next Atelier Festival will take place at Meydan on New Year’s Eve, when Snoop Dogg and Faithless will appear.

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