happenings this month Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival 15th Anniversary
Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival 15th Anniversary
Updated on 30 January 2017

Music legend Sir Tom Jones will be headlining the opening night of the Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival’s 15th anniversary celebration on 22nd February at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre. That’s in addition to the best-selling female artist of all time, Mariah Carey who will be performing on 23rd February; and the biggest Latin recording artist in music history, Enrique Iglesias on 24th February! With a successful career that spans over five decades, Sir Tom is a well-loved icon who continues to have a vital recording and performing career to this day. The limited early bird prices are Dhs 445 for the Golden Circle and Dhs 275 for Regular; visit www.dubaijazzfest.com. Standard prices are Dhs 1,295 for the VIP Deck, Dhs 795 for Fan Pit, Dhs 525 for Golden Circle and Dhs 325 for Regular. Tickets are available now on www.ticketmaster.ae.

Visit www.dubaijazzfest.com for more information.

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