We’re faded…

Adding to Dubai’s already spectacular March lineup, Alan Walker will be taking on one of the oldest and most well-known beach clubs in Dubai, Barasti. The concert will kick off at sunset from 6pm on Saturday, March 2 and you can already secure your spot on the sand on platinumlist.net. Tickets are priced from Dhs199.

If you aren’t familiar, Alan Walker is known for countless hits but arguably his most famous include the hit Faded and the latest remix of the 90s hit Better Off Alone. 

The Norwegian DJ has amassed over 8.5 billion views on YouTube and has gone on to be one of the hottest DJs out there. He has worked alongside the likes of Rihanna, and Justin Biber and has collaborated with legends in the music world including Bruno Mars, Coldplay and Sia.

Walker was last in Dubai back in 2022 when he performed at the Coca-Cola Arena.

Barasti has really been bringing it with the artists in the last year. In 2023 we saw massive names hit the stage including Sigma, Rudimental and Craig David as well as legend in the game Fedde Le Grand on New Year’s Eve.

A city that never stops

Dubai has countless performers and artists heading its way – so buckle up for a long list of performances to add to your calendars this year.

If you can’t wait until March for house music and absolute vibes, then fear not because one of the world’s largest music festivals and a must-visit for electronic music fans. Now Romania’s UNTOLD music festival is coming to Dubai.

The first ever UNTOLD music festival outside of Romania will take place at Expo City Dubai from February 15 to February 18. Tickets are priced from Dhs550 for the full four-day access and Dhs1,500 for VIP four-day access.

The first phase of some 100 artists performing over the four days has already been revealed, and includes megastars like Armin Van Buuren, Tiesto, Mahmut OrhanKorean rapper Psy, G-Eazy, Hardwell, Ellie Goulding and Major Laser.

Alan Walker at Barasti, Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Water Park, Sat Mar 2, Dhs199.  @barastibeach0

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