happenings this month Go Back In Time With Music At The Rewind Festival!
Go Back In Time With Music At The Rewind Festival!
Updated on 20 January 2023

Are you ready to take a trip down memory lane and enjoy some exciting performances for top stars from the 80s and 90s?

Well, Bla Bla Dubai is the place to check out to delight in the iconic Rewind Festival.

Held on 4 March, the festival will see amazing acts from icons Tony Hadley, Heather Small, Marc Almond, Heaven 17, Go West, Nick Heyward, T'Pau and Altered Images.

From noon onwards, delight in a series of interactive events and entertainment from DJ sets, karaoke and food.

Prices for the festival start at Dhs 350 and will be available from 12pm on 20 January on the Ticketmaster website.

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