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Enrique Iglesias to headline Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival 2017

Iglesias, biggest Latin recording artist in music history, will headline the closing night of the three-day festival

Enrique Iglesias to headline Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival 2017

Enrique Iglesias will headline the closing night of next year’s Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival.

The award-winning singer, songwriter and record producer will play on the third night (Friday) of the festival, which taking place at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre between February 22 and 24.

Iglesias, who was the headline act at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix last year, is biggest Latin recording artist in music history, selling more than 130 million albums worldwide. Since 2011, Enrique sold out arenas in 109 major cities around the world spanning across five continents selling over two million tickets.

“Being a charismatic singer, his appeal to fans of all ages makes him a perfect fit for our 15th anniversary celebration,” said Anthony Younes, CEO of Chillout Productions, founders and organisers of the Dubai Jazz Festival.

“Last year’s edition proved to be one of the greatest in our history. This year, we are working hard to surpass audience’s expectations and are eager to announce the rest of the talents in the coming weeks.”

Tickets will be available from 12:00pm on November 29th with a limited early bird offer exclusively from www.ticketmaster.ae. Early bird prices are at AED 335 for Regular and AED 675 for Golden Circle. Standard prices are: VIP Deck AED 1,595;  Fan Pit AED 995;  Golden Circle AED 795;  Regular AED 395.

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