Love Music Your Way adds Bipolar Sunshine and Miss Dynamite

Time Out announces Love Music Your Way adds Bipolar Sunshine and Miss Dynamite to the music festival in Dubai, also with Disclosure and Rudimental

Love Music Your Way, the brand new music festival coming to Dubai later this month, have added two more UK acts to the bill.

Time Out Dubai can reveal Bipolar Sunshine will join Rudimental and Disclosure at the festival on April 29, as will iconic UK performer Miss Dynamite.

The former, real name Adio Marchant has enjoyed a breakthrough year with 'Daydreamer' and the chart-topping collaboration with DJ Snake on 'Middle'. Neither track have appeared on his previous EP releases but are expected to be a part of his debut album dropping later this year.

As for the latter, Miss Dynamite was one of the pioneers of the UK urban music scene first as a garage MC and then an RnB star with tracks like ‘Dy-na-mi-tee’ and ‘It Takes More'. She went on to win a Mercury prize before taking a step back from the music industry.

Headlining the concert will be fellow Brits Rudimental, who will be preforming their full live show plus the Dubai debut of acclaimed electronic producers and DJ duo, Disclosure.

Rudimental have a string of platinum-selling hits to their name - ‘Feel The Love’, ‘Not Giving In’ and their number one single ‘Waiting All Night’ – while Disclosure have become a driving force of the electronic music scene with singles like ‘White Noise’ and ‘Voices.’

Music aside, the festival will also have an array of food trucks and quirky, pop-up stalls.

Tickets start from Dhs399 to Dhs999 for VIP packages. For more information go to

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