DJ Darude is all set to rock Dubai fans tonight

DUBAI - After Craig David and Simply Red, Finland-based DJ Darude is all set to rock Dubai, in 'DARUDE - Feel the Beat' beach party tonight at the Le Meridian, Mina Seyahi. This dance event promises to bring the best of techno music along with other genres such as R&B and club anthems.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Thu 16 Oct 2003, 12:43 PM

Last updated: Wed 1 Apr 2015, 11:36 PM

Organised by the Arabian Radio Network (ARN), who have previously brought acts such as Punjabi MC and Craig David to Dubai, the line-up also features acts such as DJ Cowboy, Kevin Little, DJ Jules and the classical leader DJ team.

Speaking to the Press, the Managing Director of ARN, Abdul Latif Al Sayegh, said: "We are pleased to keep ARN on the path of entertaining residents and outsiders along with all major event organisers, to rock them on an unforgettable night. All we want to do is bring the best acts to Dubai and let everyone benefit and enjoy these great musical events."

DJ Darude achieved quick fame with his hit single 'Sandstorm' while he was still studying and has since then played at all major music events and festivals around the world. Dubai is the final leg of his worldwide tour and has previously toured places such as Austria, Canada, the US and Finland.

Speaking at the Press conference, he talked about his recently released album 'Rush' and what his Dubai fans can expect tonight. "After 'Sandstorm' became a hit, I went on tours quite a bit and didn't really have any time to work on a second album. Now, with the release of my new album, I feel I have matured in my sounds and people can actually judge this for themselves. I'm going to play loud and hard in Dubai and I hope that people like my music."

His fans can look forward to Darude performing a live DJ set, for the very first time in Dubai. DJ Jules, a UK based musician, would also be present at the party and would be playing some Indo-western fusion tracks never heard before.

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