Updated: Jan 27
City Walk, the design-inspired retail destination by Merex Investment, is set to host an exciting line-up of artists as part of Dubai Shopping Festival's closing weekend from January 27 to 29 at City Walk's fountain area.
Headlining the weekend is the viral hip-hop dance group Quick Style. Led by Norwegian-Pakistani twins Suleman and Bilal Malik and their Norwegian-Thai best friend, Nasir Sirikhan, the trio was propelled to fame when their Famous Wedding Show 2022 performance went viral, with over 98 million views on YouTube.
Fans will be able to catch some of the group's beloved and energizing performances on Saturday, January 28, with two sets scheduled for 6:30 pm and 8:15 pm at the fountain area in City Walk. Fans also have a chance to meet the Quick Style crew at 8:30 pm after their performances at the fountain area.
Additional Performances Across the Weekend Include:
Amel Gharbi – Friday, January 27
Tunisian artist and Arabic singing talent show winner Amel Gharbi will enchant the crowd with her voice, bringing to stage some of her hits such as Shu Fahmak Belhob, Emarat El Noor, Albi Elli Kan and many others from 7 pm to 8 pm and 8.30 pm to 9.30 pm.
Zeina Aftimos – Saturday, January 28
Syrian bilingual artist and Star Academy 7's beloved singer Zeina Aftimos will capture people's hearts with her famous tracks such as Theeba, Mashalla, Law Yaref and more in two sets of performances; from 7 pm to 8 pm and 8.30 pm to 9.30 pm.
Alina Postrova – Sunday, January 29
X-Factor Kazakhstan finalist and vocalist Alina Postrova will close weekend celebrations with soulful covers from various genres, including Pop, Rock, Jazz and the Blues, from 6 pm onwards. For more information, visit www.citywalk.ae.
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