Dream Theater are coming to Dubai this year

Legendary prog rockers to light up Dubai Sports City on October 6


Legendary rockers Dream Theater are heading to town, with Dubai set to experience arguably its biggest night of rock this year.

The classic prog rockers launched their debut album Images, Words & Beyond 25 years ago, and are embarking on a massive tour to celebrate the anniversary. With tracks including Pull Me Under, and Another Day still drawing in sold out crowds a quarter of a century after its first release, combined with a spectacular light and visual show, a big night is in store when the band arrives in town on Friday October 6 at The Dome in Dubai Sports City.

Just Announced: Dubai, United Arab Emirates - Oct 6 at The Dome https://t.co/4td1xI5t1q

— Dream Theater (@dreamtheaternet) August 12, 2017

Dream Theater’s visit to Dubai bridges the gap between the band’s tours of Asia and the US – with gigs in Japan, South Korea, Australia, Taiwan, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore taking place before arriving in Dubai Sports City. The band will be playing nearly 40 gigs this year to celebrate the anniversary of its iconic debut album. Apart from songs that featured on Images, Words & Beyond, expect to hear a range of classics from other albums including 1997’s Falling Into Infinity, 1999’s Metropolis Pt 2, 2005’s Octavarium, 2011’s A Dramatic Turn of Events and last year’s The Astonishing – among others.

It’s the first time the band has come to Dubai, and adds another incredible act to this coming season’s line-up of music. From Dream Theater, to Brit rockers Ocean Colour Scene, to Ed Sheeran, Jennifer Lopez and Gorillaz; the music scene here is exploding into life once the temperatures cool down a little. Check out our comprehensive list of the biggest gigs this year here.

Pre-sale tickets will be available soon from www.bandsintown.com – price information is yet to be announced.

Fri Oct 6. The Dome, Dubai Sports City, www.bandsintown.com.

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