Dubai Opera tickets are now on sale
Ticket sales for shows at the Dubai Opera have gone live, and with the hype surrounding the line up there’s no doubt they will be selling out fast.
The highly anticipated 2,000 seater opera house has an exciting line-up of events for this year, with the opening act on August 31 being the legendary Spanish tenor and conductor Plácido Domingo.
Despite what its name might suggest, Dubai Opera won’t just host opera performances, the recently announced line up includes a huge variety of shows and genres such as ballet, musicals, classical music, theatre comedy, magic, rock, pop, jazz and more.
Dubai Opera ticket fares:
Tickets for a show at the prestigious venue start from Dhs250, and go up to as much as Dhs6,800 and Dhs9,600 for an eight person VIP box.
As far as the main layout of the theatre goes, the cheapest tickets will land you a seat in the C Reserve (in green), whereas the more expensive VIP tickets will get you one of the boxes highlighted in yellow.
Jasper Hope, Chief Executive of Dubai Opera spoke on the diverse line-up of talent, saying: “I can guarantee we’ll see a West End show in 2016”.
“Unlike 100-year-old buildings we can change the stage to suit our needs, moving it seamlessly from an opera space to an ice rink,” added Hope, who used to run London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Dubai Opera is situated inside the newly created Opera District in Downtown Dubai, which will also feature luxury hotels, residential and serviced apartments, a retail plaza, waterfront promenades as well as recreational space and parks.
With Dubai Opera being situated so close to the Burj Khalifa, you’ll be able to look out of the window during the interval and watch the Dubai Fountain show (apparently the view from the venue is pretty impressive).
So, if you’ve been desperate to get your hands on some tickets ever since we announced the shows, make sure you move fast and purchase your tickets now.