English singer-songwriter George Ezra to perform for 2nd time in Dubai

British singer George Ezra is all set to come back to UAE's Dubai later this year in October with a live show that will be held at Coca-Cola Arena.

British singer George Ezra is all set to come back to UAE’s Dubai later this year in October with a live show that will be held at Coca-Cola Arena.

The Brit Award-winning English singer, songwriter and guitarist will take to the stage for a live performance on October 21, bringing back his list of hit songs, including songs such as Budapest, Blame It on Me and Casio.


He will also be performing hits from his recent album, The Gold Rush, including his singles Green Green Grass and Anything For You, as well as a new release, I Went Hunting.

While speaking about his latest album, Ezra stated, “The Gold Rush Kid? That is me. It is a character I am looking to embody, to remind myself how I felt through the process of writing and recording all these songs.”

“While coming back from all the touring for the second album, I was really struck by what it was like to be awar from the ones you know and love for so long. You have also been away from the day-to-day routine, from normality. So that reconnection is worth pursuing: go and check in with that person,” he further added.

The English singer is famous for his feel-good and soulful music and has released three studio albums. Furthermore, he won the Best British Solo Artist during the 2019 Brit Awards.

His live show will not be his first performance in Dubai. Ezra earlier played at Dubai World Trade Centre in January 2019.

The performance of Ezra at Coca-Cola Arena will be followed by his biggest headline show till date, a special all-day event which was held at London’s Finsbury on July 17.


Tickets for his Dubai show are now on sale, starting from Dh225 for Gold, while regular standing tickets are Dh295 and golden circle are available for Dh395.


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