What’s On announces a Paolo Nutini Dubai gig at Media City Amphitheatre on April 10. Get ticket info for this special concert in Dubai.

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Award-winning singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini has announced his return to Dubai.

The man hailed as ‘[Britain’s] best male soul singer this century’ will roll into town on April 10 for a show on Dubai Media City Amphitheatre.

Famed for his impassioned stage performances and stunning gruff tones, the Scottish star’s most recent album, ‘Caustic Love’, shot straight to the top of the charts in the UK and was widely considered to be one of the best of 2014, described as anything from ‘masterpiece’ (The Independent), ‘a classic’ (The Evening Standard), and ‘excellent’ (Q Magazine).

Paolo Nutini announces Dubai gig - April 10, 2015

The smash hit followed 2006’s beautiful breakthrough, ‘These Streets’, and 2009’s ‘Sunny Side Up’, both of which went platinum. Fans can expect to hear their favourite tracks from all three studio albums, including the likes of ‘New Shoes’, ‘Iron Sky’, ‘Last Request’, ‘Cherry Blossom’ and ‘Better Man’.

Tickets for the show go on sale from noon on Thursday January 22, priced from Dhs295 (early bird) to Dhs900 (VIP). Check our platinumlist.net and virginmegastore.me.

Nutini, from Paisley in the west of Scotland, was famously a former chip shop worker before his big break.

Paolo Nutini announces Dubai gig - April 10, 2015

A four-star review of his most recent tour in The Guardian’s respected music supplement credited with singer with ‘possessing a voice with an unvarnished, slightly unhinged quality all of its own’.

The BRIT-nominated 27-year-old’s show on April 10 is his first in the region since a mesmerising performance at Irish Village way back in 2010, and comes at a time when the live music scene is flourishing in Dubai. In the next few months, superstars like Michael Buble, Drake and Ed Shearan will all break their regional ducks. John Legend, James Blunt and Sting are also heading this way.