Head to Dubai Opera this Paddy’s Day for a unique concert experience.
Irish legends 'Hothouse Flowers' will be shaking up the stage with their blend of rock ’n’ roll, Irish folk and gospel influences.
They’ll be bringing a playlist of their classic hits including ‘Feet on the Ground’, ‘The Rose’ and ‘Give It Up’ as well as songs from their most recent album 'Let’s Do this Thing’.
With a career spanning more than 30 years and gigs all over the world, something amazing happens when the band steps onto the stage.
No two of their shows have ever been the same, so get ready for a night to remember on March 17th.
11:00am - 2:00pm
No one knows entertainment better than veteran Dubai broadcaster Mark Lloyd.
2:00pm - 7:00pm
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