Haute Dubai News: Santana, Sting & Botti Highlighting Dubai Jazz Festival And More

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Multi-Grammy award winner and global guitar music icon Santana returns to Dubai on February 26, 2016 for the Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival. His previous show in 2014 was a sell-out.

SANTANA, BOTTI, STING HIGHLIGHT DUBAI JAZZ FESTIVAL

The Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival or Jazz Fest, is kicking off the 14th edition on February 24, 2016 at the Dubai Media Center Amphitheatre and offers an amazingly haute lineup.

With the theme of ‘Much More Than Jazz’, attendees can expect twice the jazz and more of the classic rock, indie rock, pop and urban – an unbeatable mix of quality live entertainment.

Multi-Grammy award winner and global guitar music icon Santana returns to Dubai on February 26, 2016 for the Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival. His previous show in 2014 was a sell-out.
Multi-Grammy award winner and global guitar music icon Santana returns to Dubai on February 26, 2016 for the Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival. His previous show in 2014 was a sell-out.

The multi- talented and award-winning guitarist Carlos Santana will perform again at the Jazz Fest. Also returning is Sting along with Chris Botti, who are sure to stun audiences with their dual performance. US pop-rock band TOTO will also perform at Dubai Jazz Fest and Youtube sensation Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) will be opening for them, covering pop songs with a vintage twist.

You can view the complete Dubai Jazz Festival line-up by clicking here.

Dubai Jazz Festival 2016
Grammy Award-winning master trumpeter Chris Botti is the best and largest selling jazz instrumental artist in the U.S. today. Together with his virtuoso band, he will bring his superb musicianship for one night of can’t miss musical thrills, featuring the world-renowned British singer and songwriter Sting at the Dubai Jazz Festival.

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LAST CHANCE TO SEE EXHIBITIONS PREVIEWED DURING WAREHOUSE421 NOVEMBER LAUNCH

1:100 THE WAREHOUSE REIMAGINED & ART: PROCESS AND PRACTICE CLOSE FEBRUARY 28, 2016

During the launch of Warehouse421 in November, four key exhibitions previewed to the public and art community focused on themes of memory and transformation. After more than three months on view, 1:100 The Warehouse Reimagined and Art: Process & Practice come to a close on February 28, 2016.

Warehouse421
1:100 The Warehouse Reimagined is an installation that can be seen until February 28th at Warehouse421 in Dubai.

The Warehouse Reimagined presents various artistic representations of 3-dimensional warehouse models and explores the idea of transformation and preservation in revolutionary cities.

Process & Practice showcases the work from graduates of the Salama bint Hamdan Emerging Artists Fellowship program, highlighting procedures of creating and making art.

The exhibitions Lest We Forget: Emirati Family Photographs 1950-1999, is ongoing until 18 June, 2016 and Mina Zayed: Through the Lens of Jack Burlot, until 19 March, 2016.

VISITORS TO EXPERIENCE AWARD WINNING RESTAURANTS AT TASTE OF DUBAI

Restaurants Bistro Des Arts and The Croft are awarded The Food Writers Award by esteemed panel of judges.

The critically acclaimed Food Writers Award has been given to restaurants Bistro des Arts and The Croft who will both be part of Taste of Dubai taking place from March 10 – 12, 2016.

The coveted awards are presented to celebrate and spotlight new, home-grown, independent, entrepreneurial restaurant brands. The restaurants were chosen by an esteemed panel of judges who were enlisted by Taste of Dubai to choose the city’s top restaurants. The panel included Penelope Walsh (editor of HotelierMiddleEast.com), Samantha Wood (publisher of FooDiva) and Stacie Overton Johnson (food writer for The National).

Taste of Dubai 2016
Duck Magret, featured at Bistro des Arts.

Both award winning restaurants provide unique offerings to their diners. Bistro des Arts is a quintessential 1970 Parisian bistro, serving a repertoire of classic “Terroir” French home-style food. The Croft Restaurant & Terrace serves classic dishes cooked with modern techniques and look to source their produce locally and organically to showcase the flavours and support local producers.

Taste of Dubai 2016
Rhubarb & Custard, a slice of dessert nirvana served up at The Croft.

Taste of Dubai, in association with and taking place as part of the Dubai Food Festival 2016 (25 February – 12 March), returns to the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre from Thursday 10 to Saturday 12 March. Taste of Dubai will run from 4pm – 12am on Thursday, 12pm – 12am on Friday and 12pm – 11pm on Saturday.

Tickets for Taste of Dubai are available on tasteofdubaifestival.com. Kids under 12 can enter for free.

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