happenings this month First two artists for this year’s F1 concerts have been announced
First two artists for this year’s F1 concerts have been announced
Updated on 04 July 2017

Two of four names have been announced for this year’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after-race concerts. Grammy Award-winning record producer DJ Calvin Harris will play on Thursday, 23rd November, and pop icon Pink will perform on Sunday, 26th November. We, like you, are still guessing who the acts for Friday, 24th November, and Saturday, 25th November, might be. The four-day Yasalam after-race concerts line-up is part of the city-wide Yasalam Festival, now in its ninth year. The only way residents and tourists can attend the concerts is by purchasing tickets for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. www.yasmarinacircuit.com

Four-day weekend package only available now (until full-line up of artists is announced) 

Four-day package* - Dhs 945
Thursday, 23rd November - Dhs 195
Friday, 24th November - Dhs 295
Saturday, 25th November - Dhs 295
Sunday, 25th November - Dhs 395
    
*Available to purchase for three-day F1 ticket holders only.

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