Morcheeba coming to Dubai Opera

Tickets to see the UK trip-hop trio on sale for as little as Dhs120

Get ready for a night of the smoothest tunes, as one of the UK’s funkiest bands in decades prepare to make their way to Dubai.

Morcheeba, the classic UK trip-hop trio, are making their way for a one-off night at Dubai Opera on Halloween, Wednesday October 31.

Having sold millions of albums worldwide, Morcheeba are getting ready to release a new album, Blaze Away – the band’s ninth studio album and their first release in more than five years. Promising a return to the proper feel-good, genre-mashing tones of their younger years, we’re looking forward to some cracking tunes like this classic.

Remember this?

And this one, Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day…

As well as Part of the Process…

Morcheeba are another act in what’s helping Dubai Opera turn into an all-purpose music venue.

As well as the various musical theatre shows, operas and ballets the venue has hosted over the last two years, it has also played host to standing room only gigs for UK soul singer Rag’n’Bone Man, plus Rufus Wainwright, Scouting For Girls, and most recently Steps.

“No tricks, just a fantastic treat this Halloween at Dubai Opera for fans of this brilliant band," said chief executive of Dubai Opera, Jasper Hope.

Tickets are on sale now, starting form Dhs150, and if you can get in there before Thursday May 24, you’ll be able to make the most of a 20 percent early bird discount (Dhs120 in total). That’s a proper bargain.

Get tickets, go to the gig, love it.
From Dhs150 (Dhs120 until Thu May 24). Wed Oct 31. Dubai Opera, Downtown Dubai,

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