One Republic announced to headline Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival 2020

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The iconic ‘Apologize’ hitmakers will take the stage on Friday February 28…

The final artist announced to headline the Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival 2020 will be American pop-rock band One Republic. The Counting Stars hitmakers will be performing the final day of the three-day festival on Friday February 28, 2020.

Since 2002, the international band have been producing a string of iconic hits such as Wanted, Rescue Me and Stop and Stare. You can catch all of these and more when they take the stage on the Friday night. They will be supported by Jazz band Sammy Miller & The Congregation.

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It’s not the first time the rockers have performed in Dubai, in fact they headlined the Dubai Jazz Festival in 2013. Seven years after their sold-out show, One Republic are set to make a return and give their UAE fans a taste of their new music, as well as previous hits.

 

One Republic joins the line-up alongside Lauryn Hill who will open the festival on Wednesday February 26 and the legendary Lionel Richie, who’ll take to the stage on Thursday February 27. Support artists will be British singer Bruno Major on Wednesday and American jazz fusion band Spyro Gyra, who are best known for their hits Catching The Sun and Cascade, on Thursday.

The 2019 Jazz Festival saw superstar performances from 15-time Grammy Award-winning artist Alicia Keys, iconic funk band Jamiroquai and legendary rock band Snow Patrol.

Tickets for the Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival are priced from Dhs350 per day for Regular Standing or Dhs850 for all three days, with Golden Circle Standing, Lounge and VIP also available. Tickets are available now via Platinumlist.net and all Virgin Megastores.

Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival, Media City Amphitheatre, Dubai, Wednesday Feb 26, 2020 to Friday Feb 28, 2020, tickets available now. dubaijazzfestival.com

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