Dubai’s Soho Garden to host Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club night

Some of the UK’s leading musicians will perform at the Meydan club

Nightlife & Music

Ever wanted to experience a night out in London or just need a refresher on what it’s like? Meydan’s massive al fresco superclub, Soho Garden, has a jazzy treat for you.

For one night only on Tuesday May 8, Soho Garden is bringing in London’s famous Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club.

The night will bring London’s Soho to, well, Dubai's Soho, as the band behind the W3 sessions, one of the London club’s most popular nights, will be performing.

The jazz group is made up of some of the UK’s leading musicians, bringing timely classic jazz tunes and a fusion of modern funk.

The band has even toured with big names in the pop music industry including Rita Ora, Jessie J and Wretch 32.

That’s not all, as local favourites Abri & Funk Radius and many more will be bringing their groovy sounds to support the W3 band.

For those not in the know, London’s Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club is one of the oldest jazz clubs in the world – first opening its doors in 1959.

Since then, it has hosted some of the most popular names in jazz, and become the go-to place for a sophisticated evening for mixed drinks and classy music.

The best part? It’s completely free, so don’t miss your chance to live it up, London-style.

If you’re more of a fiesta-type mood, Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner and Zero Gravity will be hosting a huge Mexican brunch to celebrate.
Free. Tue May 8, 8pm onwards. Soho Garden, Meydan Racecourse, Nad Al Sheba (056 822 2559).

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