What’s On has details about the improvements at du Arena Abu Dhabi concert venue, including exclusive suites, shorter queues, cheaper food.

Robbie Williams fans heading to the du Arena on Saturday April 25 should notice a few improvement at the space.

The open-air concert/event venue on Yas Island has been revamped. Starting with The Village, a common area just past the entrance gates, the al fresco spot now houses food and beverage outlets and picnic tables. Meant as a hangout, it has expanded to feature numerous sponsor-led activities.

Flash Entertainment also promises shorter queuing times for fans, and more pocket-friendly prices on food and beverage items.

Du Arena Abu Dhabi has makeover

For those looking to splash some cash, the purpose-built Suites will see ten exclusive rooms cater to guests. Built with views of the stage, the rooms are available for groups of 15 and have their own dedicated food and beverage service and are available for year-long corporate contracts or individually, per event.

Other useful upgrades include paved brick walkways leading to the grass centre of the arena as well as a new deal with the National Ambulance, to ensure any first aid requirements are tended to quickly.

“We are on a continual quest to ensure that all visitors to the du Arena have an enjoyable entertainment experience, and these significant improvements undoubtedly add to this,” said John Lickrish, CEO, Flash Entertainment.

The 18,000m2 space was built in 2009 and can accommodate up to 40,000 people.