happenings this month Pop Sensation Zara Larsson To Perform In Global Village On 18 April
Pop Sensation Zara Larsson To Perform In Global Village On 18 April
Updated on 28 March 2024

Get ready, Dubai residents, to sing along and party as another pop concert is headed your way. Swedish singer and songwriter Zara Larsson, renowned for hits like 'Ain't My Fault', 'Wow', 'Invisible', and more, will be gracing the stage at Global Village on 18 April from 8pm. 

Zara Larsson, a singer and songwriter, rose to fame in Sweden after winning the 2008 talent show 'Talang' season at just 10 years old. Since then, Larsson has become a prominent figure in the pop industry, achieving global superstardom with billions of streams, numerous multiplatinum certifications, and a huge international fan following.

Tickets For The Zara Larsson In Dubai

The concert promises an electrifying performance featuring Zara Larsson's iconic hits and exciting surprises. This event concludes Global Village's Season 28 concert series and the concert entry price is included in the entry ticket price of Global Village. So hurry, book your tickets and head to Global Village now. Tickets purchased on the mobile app or website receive a 10% discount. Weekday tickets are priced at Dhs 22.5 and are valid from Sunday to Thursday, except public holidays and any day entry ticket costs Dhs 27. 

Global Village Attractions And Timings 

For its 28th season, Global Village hosts 27 pavilions representing over 90 cultures worldwide. There are more than 3,500 shops and over 250 places to eat. The park also showcases more than 200 performances each night. At Global Village, visitors can enjoy over 195 rides and attractions at the Carnaval funfair. With over 125 arcade games, new-age virtual games, shooting hoops and throwing darts, there's something for everyone. 

Global Village is open daily from 4pm onwards. From Sunday to Wednesday, visitors can enjoy it until midnight; on Thursdays to Saturdays, and public holidays, the timing is extended until 1am. And Tuesdays are reserved for families and ladies.

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