Jennifer Lopez 'Dance Again' world tour live in Dubai
Source: BI-ME , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Wed June 13, 2012 5:58 pm

UAE. Global superstar Jennifer Lopez will appear in her first ever Middle East live show in Dubai on November 22 at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre as part of her ‘Dance Again’ world tour. 

Online ticket sales begin at 2pm tomorrow, June 14 – fans are encouraged to visit www.jlodubai.com right away to secure their tickets to what will be a sellout show.

“With more than 6,000 fans already having registered for pre-sales we expect the JLO tickets to sell fast – the venue is restricted to 14,000 guests only, so don’t leave it to chance, get your ticket now!” says Thomas Ovesen – COO Done Events.

There are three different ticket categories available to choose from – Regular Standing for AED 295 each, Golden Circle Standing for AED 595 each, and VIP Lounge tickets at AED 1,495 each, which include unlimited canapés and beverages for the evening, access to the Regular and Golden Circle areas, and some ‘lounge style’ seating on a first come, first served basis. 

The VIP Lounge will also host a unique ‘Ladies Lounge’ – an exclusive area within the VIP Lounge where ladies only will be able to mingle in a luxury furnished environment with full service of canapés and soft drinks. 

Ladies wanting to experience the ‘Ladies Lounge’ simply need to purchase a VIP ticket and can then enjoy the special area at their leisure once in the main VIP Lounge.  The ‘Ladies Lounge’ will also have ‘lounge style’ seating available on a first come, first served basis.

Dubai is the only city in the Middle East where Jennifer Lopez will appear during her ‘Dance Again’ world tour.  JLo concert is bought by “Dubai Calendar”, the Government of Dubai initiative that aims at promoting Dubai as an international events hub, and part of the great line up of events featured on “Dubai Calendar” throughout November.  For details on all these events visit www.dubaicalendar.com

Lopez has sold over 55 million records worldwide since her debut in 1999 and starred in multiple box office No.1s, including “Monster-In-Law” and “The Wedding Planner.” As an actress, singer, producer and entrepreneur, Jennifer Lopez continues to influence a generation of pop music fans, most recently with global No.1 ‘On The Floor,’ and will be performing hits from across her expansive career, which includes seven studio albums, 11 US Top 10 singles and 18 UK Top 20 singles.

The superstar kicks off the ‘Dance Again’ world tour in Panama City tomorrow as Dubai’s tickets go on sale, and she will play a further seven dates in South America and 19 dates across North America before making her Middle Eastern debut.

Lopez recently announced that she will virtually invite fans backstage during the upcoming tour via her recently-launched interactive website. Fans will have the opportunity to access special concert ticket giveaways, interviews, messages and photos from behind the scenes.

All concert and ticketing information can be found at www.jlodubai.com.

About DONE Events

DONE Events, a subsidiary of Arab Media Group, was established in 2005, and works locally, regionally and internationally offering a turnkey solution to any live entertainment or corporate event management requirement.  The DONE Events team has produced many great concerts like Usher, Joe Cocker, Amy Winehouse, Kasabian, Duran Duran and the Eagles with plenty more to come.

For more information, please visit  www.doneevents.com,

 

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