Tom Odell to perform on Dubai’s Bluewaters island

Brit singer-songwriter to perform this March

Tom Odell to perform on Dubai’s Bluewaters island

Now that Caesars Palace is fully open on Bluewaters, The Rotunda arena is beginning to fly, with another huge act confirmed to visit Dubai to perform at the venue this year.

We’ve already had the Tenors of Rock in town just after the destination swung open its doors at the end of 2018, and we also know that a brand-new theatrical show is making its way to the venue in February for a six-week residency.

Now, British singer-songwriter Tom Odell is coming to Dubai, hot off the heels of George Ezra’s sell-out gig at Dubai World Trade Centre last night.

Currently in the midst of a global tour celebrating the release of his latest album Jubilee Road, Odell is coming to the UAE on Tuesday March 12 at The Rodunda on Bluewaters.

Odell first cracked the UK music scene back in 2012 following the release of his debut EP Songs from Another Love and an appearance on Later… With Jools Holland, for which he received critical acclaim. He then went on to win the BRITs’ Choice Critics’ Award, which put him in prestigious company alongside previous winners Adele and Florence and the Machine.

His early hype continued when his debut album release, Long Way Down, debuted at the top of the UK album charts. He’s since gone on to release two more albums, Wrong Crowd in 2016, and 2018’s Jubilee Road.

Tickets will be on sale soon, so stay close to Time Out Dubai for the latest news and information on how to get yours.
Tue Mar 12. The Rotunda, Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai,

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