Sponsored: Bagatelle is pulling out all the stops for Orthodox New Year’s Eve…

Are you ready to celebrate Old New Year’s Eve? Bagatelle is the place to be on January 13, with unlimited doses of ‘joie de vivre’ and a special performance by Russian pop-rock band, Korni. Korni rose to fame after winning the first series of TV talent show, Star Factory, in 2002.

Bagatelle’s renowned in-house DJ will be spinning the tracks before an evening of thrilling live entertainment with Korni. An electrifying atmosphere is guaranteed to deliver an unforgettable Orthodox New Year’s Eve celebration, where all senses will be awakened and one-of-a-kind memories made.

Guests are invited to dine their way through the a la carte menu, sampling some of the finest French cuisine the city has to offer. Found in the Fairmont Dubai on Sheikh Zayed Road, Bagatelle is known for its unique festive dining experience, with the best vibes to be found at the later seating.

What is Old New Year’s Eve?

The Old New Year, or the Orthodox New Year, is an informal traditional holiday, celebrated as the start of the New Year, back in a time when Russia used the Julian calendar. Nowadays, the Old New Year’s Eve falls on January 13 in the Gregorian calendar, and is still widely celebrated across eastern Europe.

Bagatelle, Fairmont Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road, January 13, from 8pm. Tel: (0)4 354 5035. @bagatelledubai