International Music Sensation Egyptian Icon Sherine & The Kid LAROI Are Coming To Abu Dhabi During MOTN!

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Live music is expected to return to the city from December 9 to 18, 2021, with some of the greatest names in the industry, including Australia’s The Kid LAROI and Egyptian singer Sherine, headlining MOTN.   Get your tickets for the music spectacular today at, where Silver passes start at AED 75, Gold passes start at AED 125, and VIP passes start at AED 195.

The festival’s inaugural weekend will be led by Egyptian legend and actress Sherine, who will perform on December 10 at 7 p.m. at the festival’s Main Stage, which is located within the Music Arena. Sherine will captivate the audience with some of her best-selling tunes, including ‘Hobbo Ganna,’ ‘Nassay,’ and ‘kaddabeen.’ Sherine is a well-known female Arabic singer known for her strong and distinct voice. She has been called “The Queen of Emotions” for her famous romantic songs.

Then, on December 17, the festival’s Main Stage in the Music Arena will be lit up by the Australian singer, rapper, and songwriter The Kid LAROI, with doors opening at 7 PM. The legendary singer will play his chart-topping megahits, including ‘Without You,’ ‘Stay,’ ‘So Done,’ and more, alongside Moroccan-Canadian diva Faouzia as the opening act. Music lovers and fans can also look forward to thrilling performances by their favourite local singers, including No. 1 selling Kuwaiti boy band Miami Band, who will perform on December 9, and ‘Naam Enta’ and ‘Bala Bala’ legendary pop singer Mohamed Al Salim.

Guests and visitors to the MOTN Festival will also be able to see performances by some of the best local artists, including Dany Aridi, Shebani, Aleksandra Krstic, Alaa Wardi, Amjad Shakir, Carl and the Reda Mafia, Daneel Sayegh, As Per Casper, Gohary, Hadi, Jay Abo, Zero Funks, and multiple DJs, including Badir, Keza, Bliss, MOTN 2021 will be held at the Abu Dhabi Corniche from December 9 to 18, from 4 p.m. to 12 a.m. on weekdays and 2 p.m. to 12 a.m. on weekends. MOTN will operate by DCT Abu Dhabi’s Go-Safe Certification project, a one-of-a-kind programme that attempts to impose worldwide standards of safety and cleanliness at hotels, attractions, and events around the emirate.

Visit www. motn. ae and follow their social media channels for updates on the festival timings, prices and latest news.