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Dubai Unveils EarthSoul Festival 2023

EarthSoul Festival 2023 is billed as Dubai’s first eco-conscious music festival

Dubai Unveils EarthSoul Festival 2023

Dubai is set to host the first-of-its-kind eco-conscious music festival in the UAE called EarthSoul Festival 2023. The event is scheduled to take place from December 8 to 10 at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre, aligning with the UAE’s declaration of 2023 as the Year of Sustainability.

The three-day festival will feature more than 20 international and local artists, including renowned performers like Anne-Marie, RedOne, and December Avenue. EarthSoul Festival aims to merge music, art, creativity, and entertainment to raise awareness about marine conservation and the fight against plastic pollution.

Internationally acclaimed artists in the lineup include English pop star Anne-Marie, Moroccan singer and record producer RedOne, Turkish sensation Mustafa Ceceli, Emirati artist Arqam, Filipino alternative stars December Avenue, Indian hard rock supergroup Girish and the Chronicles, Benny Dayal and Funktuation, Nouaman Belaiachi, Punjabi star Riar Saab, Coke Studio stars Shae Gill from “Pasoori” fame, and the Young Stunners.

Pragna Vaya, the Managing Director at Orbit Events, the festival organizer, expressed the belief that art and music have the power to inspire and drive positive change, making EarthSoul Festival a catalyst for a sustainable world. The event encourages eco-conscious individuals, music and art enthusiasts, and advocates to unite in line with a “leave no trace” policy, emphasizing a strong commitment to the Earth’s preservation.

The festival aims to be an inclusive platform, fostering connections between communities, initiating vital conversations, and empowering individuals to make a tangible impact on the planet. It will feature engaging workshops, wellness sessions, and panel discussions centered on marine conservation and plastic pollution, providing festival-goers with a deeper understanding of environmental challenges and solutions.

The festival’s immersive art and decor installations, created from recycled and upcycled materials, are designed to captivate the senses and serve as educational tools, inspiring a more sustainable way of living.

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