The current cycle of Dubai Summer Surprises has strengthened the city’s position as a distinctive, enjoyable, open and safe destination that receives visitors from all over the world, and offers them a variety of events and distinctive recreational activities. The destinations, stores and malls participating in the Dubai Summer Surprises, organized by the Dubai Festivals and Retail Corporation, adhere to all important health and safety measures, including social distancing and wearing masks at all times.
You can spend quality time with stand-up comedy shows within the Laughter Factory, as the hugely popular program presents three of the best comedy presenters over four nights of continuous laughter. Jack Junior and Lisa Carey join Nick Guerra to perform. Today, the Sheikh Rashid Hall at the Dubai World Trade Center will host a concert by Balqis, Saif Nabil and Mohammed Assaf. On the other hand, movie and music lovers will enjoy the live cinema music show, which presents a number of songs and soundtracks from the most famous films. A group of talented singers and musicians present famous tracks from James Bond films and world famous films. Singer Sunidhi Chauhan will perform live at Coca-Cola Arena today, and the Bollywood star will be showcasing her hit line-up such as “Mehboob Mir” and “Deedar Di,” as well as a number of other great songs at a concert for the whole family.
Dubai Opera will organize, from tomorrow until the end of Dubai Summer Surprises, concerts of classical music, featuring a group of the best musicians in the world, as part of the “In Classica 2021” series. It begins with a concert by Canadian pianist Marc-Andre Hamlin, followed by another concert by the famous trio of pianist Vincent Cooke, violinist Jean-Marc Philips-Fargabidian, and cellist Raphael Bedeau. Violinist Maxim Vengrov, cellist Stephen Isserlis and pianist Rustam Saitkulov will star in a live show on August 30. The “From My Bookshelf” concerto for piano and orchestra by Russian composer Alexei Shor will be performed on August 31, while Russian pianist Denis Kozukhin will present pieces by Beethoven and Tchaikovsky in a live show on September 1. Renowned Australian soprano Danielle De Nessie will perform live on stage on September 2, and audiences can enjoy Alexi Shore’s “The Four Seasons of Manhattan” on September 3. The final concert during DSS will be presented by American pianist Kate Armstrong on September 4.
Audiences will enjoy a performance by Emmy Award-winning actor, singer and comedian Wayne Brady at Coca-Cola Arena on September 3. Egyptian singer Hamza Namira will perform live for his fans in Dubai, on September 2 at Coca-Cola Arena. The Dubai World Trade Center will present the comedy theater show Farhan Nassib Zaalan from Kuwait, starring Kuwaiti artist Tariq Al-Ali and written by Ahmed Fares, on 2 and 3 September. Singer, songwriter and producer Lina Chamamian will share her jazz vibe at the Dubai World Trade Center on September 3, with a special concert that offers Dubai residents and visitors the opportunity to enjoy the songs of the talented and award-winning artist. Coca-Cola Arena will host Russian rock band Mami Troll in a live show on September 4.
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