A star-studded line-up of global and regional performers will headline Expo 2020 Dubai, with Arab star Kadim Al Sahir kickstarting the spectacular Infinite Nights series on October 15.
Infinite Nights will thrill audiences both physically and digitally, with the live performances from Al Wasl Plaza streamed to a global audience.
Ticket-holders of Expo 2020 Dubai will also be able to watch these innovative ‘phygital’ shows via supersized screens at the Dubai Millennium Amphitheatre and Jubilee Park.
The show will also be featured on the Expo website, Expo TV on YouTube and across multiple channels worldwide.
Popularly known as the ‘Caesar of Arabic Song’, Kadim Al Sahir expressed delight at being the first to kick-start the musical proceedings.
"This is a wonderful opportunity to unite the world through music and song, and celebrate our accomplishments. I am honoured to be part of this incredible global event that will bring the world together, and I promise it will be a great night."
Infinite Nights will take place throughout Expo 2020.
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