happenings this month Candlelights Concerts The Nutcracker Is Here!
Candlelights Concerts The Nutcracker Is Here!
Updated on 23 September 2022

Fever is bringing Candlelights Concerts to Dubai with the popular Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker.

Held for two nights on 30 September and 1 October, the shows will be at Queen Elizabeth II Theatre.

The concert will have the theatre illuminated with candles and will allow attendees to completely immerse themselves into the music and performance of The Nutcracker.

The shows have received high acclaim in Mexico, London, Sydney and more.

Starting in 2019, Candlelights Concerts is known for bringing candlelit performances with live music by musicians around the world from classical music to modern artists.

Ticket prices start at Dhs 150 and are available on the Fever website.

For more information, visit the Candlelights Concerts website.

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