We are so lucky, lucky, lucky - Kylie's coming to Dubai


We are so lucky, lucky, lucky - Kylies coming to Dubai

Published: Thu 13 Jun 2019, 12:10 PM

Last updated: Tue 25 Jun 2019, 11:48 AM

Kylie Minogue has been confirmed to perform at this year's Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens, as the largest sporting and social event in Dubai celebrates its 50th anniversary with an evening concert on Friday December 6.
Taking place at The Sevens Stadium, the Grammy Award-winning superstar will take to the stage at 9.30 pm to perform a series of hits from her 30-year career.
For only Dhs400 to attend on Friday or Dhs500 for the entire weekend, fans can enjoy a 50th anniversary extravaganza, which will be bigger and better and full of celebratory events, on top of a performance by this world-renowned icon on the Friday night. Tickets are now available at www.dubairugby7s.com and are expected to sell out fast!
Kylie said: "I'm really excited to be coming back to Dubai and to take part in this amazing event!"
From what started 50 years ago with a small group of British expats at the Dubai Exiles RFC, the Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens has grown into one of the world's premier sporting events, hosting the first leg of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series and the second leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series. It also plays host to an ever-popular and growing international Invitation Tournament, featuring rugby and netball teams from all over the world, with over 300 teams participating across all age groups.
This year's Dubai Rugby Sevens is expected to be another thrilling weekend with free entry for all ages on Thursday and free entry all weekend for those under 12 with plenty to keep everyone entertained. 
Taking place from Thursday, December 5 to Saturday, December 7 at The Sevens Stadium, on the Al Ain Road, fans can now purchase their tickets online at www.dubairugby7s.com. Travel packages for international visitors are also available and can be viewed at www.dubairugby7s.com/holidays

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