Craig David Will Perform at Amber Lounge 2015

The singer will be at the Abu Dhabi F1
Sunday , 06 September 2015
Craig David Will Perform at Amber Lounge 2015
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Bo Selecta! Craig David will be performing live at Amber Lounge

It’s almost time for the biggest and most exclusive annual party on the UAE social calendar. The spectacular Amber Lounge is returning to Abu Dhabi once again for the climactic and hotly anticipated final race on the Formula 1 Calendar this November – and they've got a new location too.

Original F1 Experience, is excited to announce chart-topping R&B superstar Craig David is the headlining live act of Amber Lounge Abu Dhabi 2015. Grammy-nominated Craig is known for his global hits Walking Away, 7 Days, Rise and Fall and Re-ReWind. His albums have sold over 13 million copies worldwide and achieved multi-platinum status in more than 20 countries. Craig will also demonstrate his renowned DJ skills, incorporating his sell-out TS5 shows that have played in venues from Cannes, St Tropez and Monaco, to Moscow, South Korea and Bahrain, with his classic hits.

Speaking to Ahlan! Craig said: “I’m so excited to perform on the Amber Lounge Abu Dhabi stage. All my friends rave about Amber Lounge’s stunning setting, the incredible VIP service, and the intense party atmosphere and I cannot wait to experience all the fun for myself. Nothing moves faster than Formula 1 but Amber Lounge is a close second!”

On Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th of November, Amber Lounge Abu Dhabi 2015 will return by popular demand to their purpose built waterfront venue in the breathtaking Yas Links Golf Club and will feature incredible live entertainment, free-flowing bubbly, and adrenaline-fueled partying alongside A-list celebrities and F1 drivers.

INFO: To book tickets visit, 097 771 634

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