Dubai Festival City Mall partners with Spotify in an industry first

Songs from the show IMAGINE can now be streamed via the app

Dubai Festival City Mall partners with Spotify in an industry first
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Dubai Festival City Mall is known for many things – some top shops, Dubai’s only IKEA (that is until Festival Plaza opens up later this year), the famed Hard Rock Cafe, and much more.

But one of the things it’s probably best known for is the two-time record-breaking live show IMAGINE – an extravaganza that plays nightly on the Festival Bay and is free to watch.

The show combines lasers, light, fire and water to tell a story and fuses together technology and art to create something special. Special enough that it’s managed to bag itself two Guinness World Records – one for the largest water screen projection and one for the largest permanent projection mapping.

Each show has its own original soundtrack that’s been created by world-class conductors, producers and orchestras and in an industry first, the soundtracks are now available via the steaming app Spotify.

This makes Dubai Festival City Mall the only mall globally to offer such a service, with its own music library allowing fans of IMAGINE to stream its songs and albums.

“Spotify helps music fans enjoy, discover and share new music from both local and international artists simply and easily. We are delighted to add the IMAGINE music catalogue to our library to enable music fans to relive the experience over and over again,” said Claudius Boller, Managing Director MEA at Spotify.

Spotify is the world's largest global music streaming subscription service with a community of more than 191 million users. The streaming app also recently launched Spotify Lite, which takes up less space on your device. You'll still have access to your tunes, but the app itself is less than 10MB.

The IMAGINE soundtracks are now available here.

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