TOO HOT (HOT DAMN!)… MARK RONSON IS SET TO PLAY ELECTRIFYING ABU DHABI GIG

TOO HOT (HOT DAMN!)… MARK RONSON IS SET TO PLAY ELECTRIFYING  ABU DHABI GIG
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Published: October 13th 2021






Semi-Permanent presents Grammy award-winning global hit maker, Mark Ronson, who will play an exclusive gig at WET Deck, W Abu Dhabi – Yas Island





Abu Dhabi – get ready to party! Semi-Permanent presents Grammy Award-winning global hitmaker Mark Ronson as part of its inaugural Middle East festival, hosted at WET Deck, W Abu Dhabi on Thursday 14 th October 2021. Producer of hits such as Valerie, Uptown Funk and Nothing Breaks Like a Heart, Ronson is. visiting Abu Dhabi for the Semi-Permanent Middle East event, which will run from 14 th – 16 th October 2021 at Manarat Al Saadiyat.





The first-in-region creativity festival is set to host an exciting range of global talent from the design, retail, branding, fashion and technology industries and will also house an array of inspiring, immersive and multi-sensory experiences. To mark the kick-off of the festival, Ronson, who has collaborated with the likes of Lady Gaga, Amy Winehouse and Adele, will play for a limited audience at the funky, open-air WET Deck venue. The W brand’s iconic poolside location offers guest’s stellar views of the surrounding Yas Marina and Formula 1 racetrack.





With a selection of seating options available, guests can choose from poolside cabanas to floating loungers, with all eyes on the DJ deck to witness the man of the moment work his magic. With tableside beverage service and distinctive a la carte food options, guests can shimmy to the beat under the illumination of the hotel’s iconic Grid Shell. Those looking to make a weekend out of it can opt for the staycation package, which includes an overnight stay at W Abu Dhabi – Yas Island, including breakfast.

Doors open at 8 PM and tickets are available from AED 598 for two people on SemiPermanent.PlatinumList.net.
Strictly over 21s.
All attendees must display a valid Green
Pass on the Al Hosn app.


 
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