Jubin Nautiyal All Set To Rock Dubai In His First Live Concert In The Country

Jubin Nautiyal All Set To Rock Dubai In His First Live Concert In The Country



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There is certain excitement, about attending a live concert which is even more relevant in today’s masked post-pandemic era. Bringing that magic back to the stage is Jubin Nautiyal, the popular Bollywood singer-performer, who is all set to perform his first live concert in Dubai.

This concert will be Jubin’s first high profile international large scale live-music concert in the wake of the pandemic on October 29, at the Coca-Cola Arena. The special concert is organized for the Indian diaspora and lovers of Bollywood music in Dubai and promises to be a night of coming together, and enjoying the favourite singer’s foot-tapping music and crooning performance.

Talking about the event, the soulful crooner Jubin Nautiyal stated, “I have got to tour in so many parts across the country, but performing in Dubai for the first time is humbling. It is this strange dichotomy that we have to stay apart yet come together in an attempt to cope up with the post-pandemic era and music is the only way that can bridge the gap. It’s long been said that music brings us together. This has been a long tough year for everyone and I am delighted to bring some joy to my audience through my performance.




The singer is known to mesmerize his audience with his beautiful voice and fans will be treated to some of his most popular numbers including ‘Bawara Mann’, ‘Kaabil Hoon’ and ‘Zindagi Kuch Toh Bata’, to his most recent hit, ‘Lut Gaye’, and many more with an array of global musicians joining him on stage. Jubin recently crossed over to Hollywood with the release of his latest single ‘Breaking the Rules’, making him a multi-talented international sensation.

This concert is a celebration of the brilliant music of a rising star, and hopes to be a great way for the audiences to unwind and celebrate the return to live music concerts and also a sense of normalcy which has been missed.

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