PaRUS is the brightest and the most awaited under-the-stars festive experience at the most iconic Dubai’s venue, organized by M Premiere since 2017.
PaRUS is the not-to-be-missed event that features a real bash set of the top-ranked and legendary artists of different genres.
PaRUS is a gentle breeze of the Arabian Gulf with a magnificent view of Burj Al Arab hotel and unforgettable experience for all ages and various music styles fans at the luxurious resort, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, the sophisticated menu orchestrated by the leading culinary teams as well as first class service and an absolute dedication to the highest standards of Arabic hospitality and luxury life-style.
PaRUS is always the incredible line-up on a stage and one of the biggest festivals in the United Arab Emirates, that’s a dazzling combination of top-hits and technology.
This year PaRUS is going to extend the boundaries and present the unique program blending the best music from Russia and other countries and sport.
In 2013, Justin Bieber performed in Dubai for his Believe Tour on May 4 and 5. The second show was added later, due to an overwhelming demand and rapid sell-out. He arrived approximately two hours late to both of the shows. The singer, who was 19 years old at the time, took to the stage at roughly 10pm on the first night. He did it again, despite criticisms, on the second night. Many parents who had accompanied their young fans to the concert slammed him for being disrespectful and inconsiderate. But his tardiness was expected by many, since he was well-known for showing up late to a number of his concerts.
Brighton-based DJ and music producer Norman Cook, also known as Fatboy Slim, may not have been troubling the charts as regularly as during his turn-of-the-century heyday since his last studio album under the Fatboy moniker, Palookaville in 2004, but that’s not to say he’s been off radar. The big beat pioneer has released a handful of Fatboy Slim singles, and an album as part of the Brighton Ports Authority super group. He’s been averaging about 80 DJ gigs a year as Fatboy Slim over the past seven years. His next one is in Dubai this weekend, and he’s clearly enjoying the time out of the studio.
“I feel after the years sitting in dingy studios and playing dive bars and being ignored, it’s like I’m kind of owed the life of an international DJ for a bit,” Cook says. “And now I’m not DJing to promote my record; it’s so much fun. I’m just totally enjoying it and helping promote other people to lose it, too.”
That’s exactly what the veteran DJ will be doing with the crowd in Dubai, and he notes that, on past experience, Dubai gigs have their own distinct atmosphere. “Every crowd is different, every room, the weather, it’s always unique, but certain cities have their own vibe and Dubai is one of them,” he says. “There’s a kind of wild abandon like ‘we don’t get to do this very often’. That’s actually one of my favourite kind of crowds – they’re like the older Camp Bestival crowd of ageing ravers with kids who don’t get out so much any more, so they really go for it.”
The concert backs Artpop, the multiplatinum-selling artist’s third studio album that was released in November. The album debuted at No 1 on the US Billboard 200.
So far, more than 775,000 tickets have been sold for shows at other cities on the tour – Gaga’s first after an injury forced her to abruptly cancel her Born This Way Ball tour last year.
The Dubai concert is organised by AMI Live, ATW Live and Live National Global Touring. Marco Rios, the chairman and chief executive of AMI Live, which has newly established a base in the UAE, says Lady Gaga was an ideal first show: “[She is] a performer with influences from diverse cultures, who is contemporary, dynamic, inclusive and a headline-maker.”
Jennifer Lopez has achieved success in a number of professional roles: she is one of the most successful singers of her generation; one of the highest paid Hollywood Actresses and a talented businesswoman who managed to turn her popularity into a successful fashion brand J. Lo; in addition, she is one of the richest women in the world of show business and one of the most influential Spanish-speaking persons in the world. It has sold more than 75 million records worldwide.   Billboard magazine ranked her 27th among artists of the 2000s
Dutch DJ, music producer, composer, and fashion designer and philanthropist. He is one of the most award-winning DJs in the history of electronic dance music. For three consecutive years, in 2002, 2003 and 2004, he was the #1 DJ in the world DJ Mag Top 100 ranking. He also won the title of best DJ in the world at the International Dance Music Awards three times – in 2007, 2008 and 2009.