DXB 9020 FEST - Scooter & Eiffel 65 Live in Dubai
Enjoy the music from the highly rated artist from 8 PM to 2 AM, with food, beverages, art and many more entertainment displays that will be surely give you a night you won't forget, both in the indoor as well as the outdoor facilities.
Regular (Free Standing) - AED 250.00
Regular (Free Seating) - AED 280.00
V.I.P (Free Seating) - AED 320.00
V.V.I.P Table For 5 - AED 4,500.00
* This includes a dedicated entrance, a dedicated waiter, as well as unlimited house drinks and soft beverages for up to 5 persons.
V.V.I.P Table For 10 - AED 8,000.00
* This includes a dedicated entrance, a dedicated waiter, as well as unlimited house drinks and soft beverages for up to 10 persons.
8 pm to 9:30 pm will feature DJ Sets from K1 & Kami G.
9:30 pm to 10 pm will feature Eiffel 65 live on stage.
10:30 pm - 1 am will feature Scooter live on stage.
Food and hard beverages will be available.
For further information please contact 056 455 6 999.
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In their illustrious history, SCOOTER have spent more than 500 weeks in the singles charts and 300 weeks in the album charts, selling over 30 million units along the way. More than 80 gold and platinum records from all over the world. On top they scored more top ten hits in the charts than any other German artist and can call on a catalogue of top ten tracks to rival those of the most successful artists of all time, names like Madonna, Michael Jackson, Rihanna or Depeche Mode, an anniversary such as this cannot slip by quietly. No, SCOOTER will celebrate their silver jubilee in Dubai all long night!
Eiffel 65 is an Italian three-piece Eurodance group formed in 1998 and best known for pioneering in pitch correction and Auto-Tune, and for their international hit "Blue (Da Ba Dee)". Their other hit singles include "Move Your Body" and "Too Much of Heaven", all of which appeared on their album Europop, released in late 1999. The name "Eiffel" was chosen randomly by a computer program and the "65" was scribbled onto their name on a demo by mistake; it was actually part of a phone number.
Eiffel 65 achieved considerable success in Italy, the rest of Europe, United States, and Canada. Europop peaked in the top five on the Billboard 200, was at the top of the MuchMusic countdown, and sold over two million units. "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" peaked at #6 on the Billboard charts.