American singer and songwriter Katy Perry, and Britain's Got Talent finalists Jack Pack are set to perform at the Dubai Airshow in November.
Dubai Airports is launching musicDXB, a new initiative designed to connect the world through music, on November 11, with an airport pop-up performance by Jack Pack.
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Katy Perry will set the stage for the launch by performing exclusively at the invitation-only Dubai Airshow Gala Dinner on November 10.
Her performance will include international hits like 'Firework', 'I Kissed A Girl' and 'Roar'.
Dubai Airports' CEO Paul Griffiths, a musician himself, says: "Much like Dubai International, music connects people from all walks of life, all ages and all cultures around the globe. We believe the two will work together in absolute harmony to engage and delight our customers in the airport and across our social media platforms. We are thrilled to launch the programme with such high profile superstars, but our goal is to also put the spotlight on up-and-coming talent from Dubai, the UAE and around the globe who have proven their passion and ability to entertain our growing fan base on the world's largest stage."
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As part of the celebration of the launch of musicDXB, Dubai Airports will be giving away trips and tickets to the Dubai Airshow Gala dinner via the Dubai International Facebook page in a contest that kicks off on September 16, 2015.
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