Double Brit Award winner Becky Hill and celebrated DJ MK will take to the stage as the co-headliners for the Emirates Dubai 7s on December 2.
Set to be hosted at The Sevens Stadium, the 2023 edition will run during the UAE National Day Weekend, from December 1 to 3.
Becky Hill, the renowned dance-pop artist and songwriter, will wow the audience with some of her chart-topping hits including Lose Control, Remember, My Heart Goes and Crazy What Love Can Do, while MK (Marc Kinchen) will ignite the stage on the same night.
Artful Dodger, the dynamic duo of garage and UK bass, will light up the Emirates Dubai 7s on December 2 with a sundowner session with timeless classics like Movin' Too Fast and Re-Rewind, with DJ Luck & MC Neat taking to the stage a day earlier.
For more details about tickets to this year’s event or to register to take part in Rebound – the new padel tournament, visit the website.
Founded in 1999, Emirates Dubai 7s is the longest-running sports event in the region.
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