The Rotunda Caesars Palace
The Rotunda Caesars Palace at Caesars Bluewaters Dubai and architecturally designed with inspiration from the iconic Pantheon. It is a 365-degree viewing venue which hosts live acts and shows. Featuring over 30 acrobats, aerialists, dancers and performing artists who fly, flip, fold and dance, in an immersive theatrical experience that enraptures the audience from the dimming of the lights to the final curtain. With multi-media three-dimensional projections and holograms accompanied by gravity-defying acrobatic feats, mesmerizing choreography, thrilling theatrical lighting, and magnificent music; audiences are bound-to-be-wowed!
Irina Dubtsova Live in Concert
Russian singing sensation and television entertainer Irina Dubtsova, is coming to Dubai for a solo performance at the elegant venue, MusicHall. Fans can look forward to fresh and contemporary new songs, as well as hits like ‘About Him,’ ‘Moscow – Neva,’ ‘Luba Is Love,’ ‘Who? Why?’ and more. Dubtsova’s music has earned her many awards from Toch-V-Toch and MUZ TV, including the ‘The Golden Gramophone’ and ‘Song of The Year’ – which she has won 15 times. Irina Dubtsova’s repertoire and stage presence will enchant audiences for what will surely be an unmissable performance. Date 22 October 2017
AIB Annual Meeting
The Academy of International Business (AIB) has more than 300 global members comprising scholars, specialists, researchers, government and NGO representatives from first world and emerging countries. The AIB Annual Meeting provides a plenary platform for all members to engage in open exchanges, intellectual learning, panels and presentation of papers. AIB membership is mandatory in order to attend. Date 02 July - 05 July 2017 Category Business
Dubai is well-known for always looking towards the future, but a new museum in the emirate gives visitors a deeper look into the UAE’s past. Opened on January 7, 2017, the museum chronicles the era before the country’s founding, the agreement signing and subsequent declaration of the Union in 1971. The museum also provides insight and understanding of the UAE constitution and the rights and responsibilities of Emirati citizens. The building design was inspired by the shape of a manuscript, with seven columns symbolizing the pens used to sign the Union agreement. As part of the museum initiative, the original Union House where leaders signed the treaty establishing the country was restored, and the famous flagpole at the end of 2nd of December Street was replaced with a slightly taller 123m pole. The museum complex covers 2.5 hectares.