Dubai: Kylie Minogue to headline New Year's Eve Gala in the city

The popular music sensation will perform at Atlantis



By CT Desk

Published: Wed 28 Sep 2022, 5:49 PM

Last updated: Thu 29 Sep 2022, 2:14 PM

International pop sensation Kylie Minogue will be the headline act at Atlantis, The Palm’s New Year’s Eve Gala Dinner, the entertainment destination has announced.

This year’s theme is titled ‘A Night With The Stars’ and revellers can look forward to a set list of chart-topping hits and fan favourites from the much-loved pop star, a perfect way to kick off 2023.

Kylie first performed in the Middle East at the resort’s grand opening back in 2008.

She will take to the stage in the lead-up to the venue’s 2023 countdown, entertaining guests with global anthems such as Can’t Get You Out Of My Head and All The Lovers as well as classics such as The Loco-Motion.

Only those attending the Gala Dinner can take advantage of seeing the spectacular live appearance from the world-renowned entertainer followed by one of Dubai’s largest and most stunning firework and pyrotechnic displays, as the skies are turned into a riot of colour.

A glamorous black-tie affair, the New Year’s Eve Gala Dinner is accommodated on a custom-built deck under the stars overlooking the Palm Island and twinkling Dubai skyline. Take in the glittering ice sculptures as you enjoy live music from a 30-piece band, free-flowing bubbly and unlimited premium beverages.

A decadent buffet has something for everyone featuring myriad dishes from lobster and caviar to a live sushi station and a choice of over 65 magnificently handcrafted desserts, cakes, and petit fours.

Little ones attending the celebration are invited to a party of their own in the Asateer Tent. The celebration will feature an enormous slide, bouncy castle, an outdoor cinema, games stalls, arts and crafts and much more.

The package is priced at Dh5,900 for ages 14 and above and Dh4,500 for ages 4 to 13. It’s free for children below the age of 3. To book, visit atlantis.com/nye or call 04 426 2626.


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