The First Act Of The The Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival 2019 Has Been Announced

Tickets are up for grabs RN
The First Act Of The The Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival 2019 Has Been Announced

Before we say anything else, you must know that the Snow Patrol will be headlining next year’s Jazz Fest. Sorry for the abrupt reveal but we couldn’t reign in our excitement any longer. Are you screaming? We’re screaming!


Yep, that is SO Raven!

The Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival 2019 brought to you by Done Events and Chillout Production and presented by Mastercard, will be held at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre from February 20 to the 22, next year. The festival is renowned for shining the spotlight on both global and local talents, giving them a voice and a stage. They also bless our ears with their smooth notes, lest we forget.

Artists such as John Legend, One Republic, Sting and David Gray have seduced us with their amazing performances at Jazz Fest over the years and, what we have in store next year is just as exciting!

As we mentioned before (we hope you’re still screaming btw) the Northerin Irish legends that make up the amazingly talented band, Snow Patrol will be headlining the Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival and gracing us with their presence next year.

It’ll be their big return to the U.A.E after seven years! They’ll be hitting the stage come Wednesday, Feb 20 and, it’s destined to be a night to remember. So be sure to get your tickets today itself.

You can get your tickets at and they go live from today until Wednesday, November 28. Regular tickets start at Dhs350, the Golden Circle tickets go on sale for Dhs550, Lounge tickets are priced at Dhs750 and VIP tickets are Dhs1,250 (which include canapés and house beverages). 

More stellar acts performing at the Jazz Festival are yet to be announced so, watch this space for further updates. But until then, here are our fave Snow Patrol tracks we can’t wait to hear them totally slay at the 2019 Jazz Fest:

"Open Your Eyes" 

"Just Say Yes" 

"Called Out In The Dark"

"Set Fire To The Third Bar" 

And, of course, "Chasing Cars" 

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