The eco-conscious festival takes place in December.
Conversations about climate change are in the air. Not only will Dubai host COP28, but it will also host its first eco-conscious music festival, Earth Soul Festival. Taking place at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre from 8 to 10 December, the event includes British singer Anne-Marie.
Earth Soul Festival’s line-up includes international and local artists. The event aims to put soul and sustainability in the spotlight. Bringing together like-minded individuals, it will showcase music and a message about responsible living.
Anne-Marie hails from Essex, England. When she was five years old, she went to stage school. She appeared in two West End shows as a child. She started her singing career by touring with Rudimental as a vocalist. In 2018, she released her debut album Speak Your Mind, and her subsequent two albums peaked at number two in the UK Album Charts. Her hit songs include 2002, Baby Don’t Hurt Me, Don’t Play, Friends, Rewrite the Stars and Rockabye.
Over Anne-Marie’s career, she has been nominated for ten BRIT Awards, and a Billboard Music Award. She has appeared as a judge on the TV singing competition, The Voice UK. Plus, in 2022 she performed at Dubai’s Global Village and the opening of the Riyadh Season festival.
Earth Soul Festival’s line-up also includes Moroccan singer, songwriter and producer RedOne, who has worked with Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez and Mariah Carey. Plus, Emirati singer Arqam, and Turkish singer Mustafa Ceceli.
COP28 takes place from 30 November to 12 December at Expo City, Dubai. The aim of the event is to create policies to limit global temperatures from rising and prevent climate change.
If you want to catch Anne-Marie in Dubai, tickets for Earth Soul Festival are available now via Platinumlist. One day passes start from AED 157.50. One day VIP passes start from AED 525. Three-day passes start from AED 414.75.
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