Dubai Airports Invites Musicians and Singers to Perform Live on the Worlds Largest Stage In Dubai

Dubai Airports launched its revolutionary new initiative musicDXB in fine style yesterday as ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ finalists and the UK’s new swing kings Jack Pack lit up the world’s largest stage for the first time during a 30-minute pop up concert that entertained and engaged passengers at the world’s #1 international airport Dubai International (DXB).

musicDXB sets a new standard for global travel by creating a platform which targets a multi-cultural and cosmopolitan audience of more than 79 million music lovers who pass through the world’s busiest international airport every year. musicDXB will feature performances from global superstars, the hottest emerging international acts and up-and-coming local artists to entertain and engage passengers passing through Dubai International.

Dubai Airports’ CEO Paul Griffiths said,“We are thrilled to have launched musicDXB in such fine fashion with Jack Pack. And the celebration of music has only just begun. Over the next eight weeks we will be showcasing some of the UAE’s top musical talent. We are also extending an invitation to musicians the world over. If you want to play on our stage, if you believe you have what it takes to stand out and entertain a growing global audience, we want to hear from you!”

Musicians, who are travelling to or through Dubai in January and beyond, are invited to email and supply samples of their work, travel dates and a short testimonial on why they want to participate in musicDXB.

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Dubai Airports has had a long and storied love affair with the performing arts. Dubai Airshow crowds have been entertained by luminaries including Katy Perry, Stevie Wonder, Rod Stewart, Diana Ross, Michael Bolton, Tom Jones, and George Benson among others.

Dubai International has hosted other pop-up events including an impromptu airport concert featuring Kelly Rowland. Dubai Airports is also an avid supporter of local classical music initiatives including Choirfest Middle East.

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