Sting to headline NYE gala at Atlantis, The Palm


The region’s leading entertainment destination will ring in the new year with 17-time Grammy award winner, Sting.

The legendary singer will grace the stage at Atlantis, The Palm's New Year’s Eve Gala Dinner.

Featuring a set list of chart-topping hits and fan favourites, revellers can look forward to a rollicking performance to truly enter the new year in style.

Sting, whose illustrious career has spanned decades and continues to captivate audiences worldwide, is set to deliver an incredible performance of his much-loved hits during the highly anticipated evening.

Renowned for his distinctive voice, poetic lyrics, and electrifying stage presence, the British musician will showcase his greatest songs including "Every Breath You Take”, "Englishman in New York," "Desert Rose," and many more.

Only those attending the Gala Dinner can attend the live show followed by one of Dubai’s largest and most stunning fireworks and pyrotechnic displays.

"Our New Year's Eve Gala Dinners have earned a notable reputation in the region, and with Sting joining the ranks of Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue, we anticipate another extraordinary milestone in 2023. We look forward to giving our guests one of the most memorable evenings of their lives as we ring in the new year," said Timothy Kelly, Executive Vice President and Managing Director, Atlantis Dubai.

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