The Untold Music Festival is making its Middle East debut at Expo City Dubai from February 15 to 18, 2024, reported Trade Arabia on Tuesday.
The first round of 5,000 tickets for four days and four nights are all set to go on sale on October 3, and will be available to those who register at www.untold.ae.
The festival is expecting over 70,000 attendees each day and over 280,000 over the course of four days.
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It will be presented in partnership with Expo City Dubai, and will feature music genres ranging from pop and R&B to house, techno, hip-hop, and more, added the report.
The event has not released any further details about the artist line-up.
‘Untold Europe’, which recently concluded, hosted some well-known global performers such as Imagine Dragons, David Guetta, Armin Van Buuren, Bebe Rexha, DJ Bliss, Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki, among others.
Untold Europe is ranked sixth in the world among Top 100 Festivals according to DJ Mag, alongside Tomorrowland, Ultra Miami, Glastonbury, EDC Las Vegas, and Coachella.
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Those who register early will be able to access a special price for the four-day fesival which will be priced at AED 500 ($136), instead of AED1,500.
For an upgraded experience, attendees will also be able to avail an early bird four-day VIP pass for AED1,200 instead of AED2,500.
The festival will also feature added attractions such as fireworks and laser shows.
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