International pop rock band OneRepublic is all set to return to Dubai for another captivating concert as part of their ‘Artificial Paradise’ tour. The January 25 event promises the biggest hits of the group, such as Counting Stars and Apologise, that are sure to get you grooving.
Meet Ryan Tedder, Drew Brown, Zach Filkins, Eddie Fisher, Brent Kutzle and Brian Willet at Bla Bla Dubai tomorrow. The Grammy-nominated band is sure to help you make musical memories to last a lifetime. Ticket booking starts from Dh295 for general admission.
OneRepublic is known for their incredible songs and splendid concert performances. Tickets are already up for grabs on Livenation, but it is important to note here that there is only limited availability. Saudi singer Mishaal Tamer is expected to open the January 25 event.
OneRepublic in Dubai: Brace yourself for a musical night
For those unversed, it’s not going to be the soft rock band’s first concert in Dubai. They previously performed at the Dubai Jazz Festival in 2020. But the upcoming event has age restrictions for the audience. People aged 21 years and above are allowed to enter.
Formed in Colorado Springs back in 2002, OneRepublic promises evenings full of electrifying rhythmic beats and exceptional lyrical brilliance. So if you happen to be an avid fan of the group and seek to give their incredible concerts a try, book your spots now.
Nonetheless, OneRepublic is also set to hold another concert in the Gulf region in the near future. The six-member group is set to perform at Hotel Park in Doha, Qatar, on February 1. You can find tickets for the event on Livenation.
Qatar concert facing cancellation calls over Gaza
Brace yourself for an unforgettable night of music and euphoria as the upcoming unmissable musical phenomenon promises fun, adrenaline rush and lasting memories. The Doha concert, however, has been facing a lot of controversy lately.
OneRepublic’s Qatar event in February is facing cancellation calls and refund demands due to public outrage over the group’s silence on the Gaza conflict. On Sunday, the Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza said more than 25,000 people have been killed in the ongoing violence.
Strong opposition to the concert has put event organisers under pressure as many cite the group’s October 11 statement that failed to mention the unfolding genocide in Gaza and instead only condemned the Palestinian resistance’s attack on Israel, according to Doha News.
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