Dubai’s longest-running EDM festival returns for final gig of 2018

Groove on the Grass is back at Emirates Golf Club

Dubai’s longest-running EDM festival returns for final gig of 2018

Groove on the Grass is returning for one more gig in 2018, and it’s promising to blow the roof off its open-air venue.

The long-running EDM festival is back in town for the final time this year, and it will be resuming operation on the lawn at Emirates Golf Club on Friday December 7.

As always, it will be filled with huge electro beats, and some massive DJs to fill the line-up, alongside some of the city’s top talent. Groove on the Grass has got previous with bringing some of the biggest names in dance to town, with September’s edition welcoming absolutely legendary house act Orbital (the guys behind the iconic theme tune to 1990s cult classic movie Trainspotting), as well as Chicane – best known for seminal house tune Saltwater. At the very start of the year, LA dance act Bonobo came, complete with eight-piece live band for the full experience.

This time, it’s turn for a live performance from David August, the German DJ who is known for supremely ambient house, and some real funky tunes.

To get the full David August experience, sit back and listen to this.

David August will be joined on the bill by Danny Baze, Redshape, Gigi Masin, Chloé and a yet-to-be announced special guest. Last time Groove on the Grass had a special guest TBC, it turned out to be the aforementioned house legend Chicane – so there’s reason to be excited.

Tickets will set you back Dhs215, and they are available now via
Dhs215. Fri Dec 7, 5pm-3am. Emirates Golf Club, Sheikh Zayed Road,

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