happenings this month Artists Line Up Announced For UAE’s First Ever Carnival Style Festival, Butterfly Carnival
Artists Line Up Announced For UAE’s First Ever Carnival Style Festival, Butterfly Carnival
Updated on 30 October 2023

UAE's first-ever Carnvial-style festival, Butterfly Carnival Music Festival, is all set to take place in Dubai on 11 November 2023. This exciting event will unfold at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre, and the electrifying first-phase artist lineup has been revealed.

This groundbreaking event promises to be an unparalleled musical journey, uniting diverse cultures through the universal language of music, delectable cuisines, and artistic showcases. Major League DJz have taken the world by storm with their Amapiano beats. They've graced stages from South Africa to Tomorrowland and are ready to set Dubai ablaze. Visitors will also get a chance to dance to the beats of house music as Waff, a globally renowned artist is set to bring his infectious house beats to Dubai.

Award-winning DJ and music producer Dany Neville is all set to take you on a sonic journey like no other, while the legendary Artful Dodger will take you on a journey back to the golden era of garage music.

Not only this but London's iconic Notting Hill Carnival stage and BBC 1Xtra award-winning broadcasters, Rampage Sound, are all set to bring their unmatched energy to Dubai. And the Heartless Crew, a UK garage crew from North London will play grime music at the festival. 

The Dubai Media City Amphitheatre will undergo a vibrant transformation, becoming a central hub of celebration, blending music, culture, and togetherness. Indulge in a global culinary symphony, as a wide array of food trucks, bars, and stalls offer diverse tastes from around the world. Tickets for this exciting event are currently available, with prices starting at Dhs 300. Don't delay, secure your tickets now!

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