Expo 2020 Dubai unveils special AED 10 ticket


Expo 2020 Dubai have unveiled a special AED 10 one-day ticket for this Sunday as it gears up to mark its 10-million visitors milestone.

A slew of one-of-a-kind events that promise to entertain and educate have been lined up at the "world's greatest show".

The Republic of Korea will lead the celebrations with its own National Day festivities. There'll be traditional Jang-Gu drums, a Taekwondo martial arts demonstration, and a special K-Pop concert featuring artists like (G)I-dle, Stray Kids, Golden Child and PSY, at Jubilee Stage at 7:30 pm.

The Global Goals Week will also host its flagship event to highlight the role of individuals and communities in driving global change for a more sustainable future for all by 2030.

DJ Mato Blue will be on the decks at Jubilee Stage from 10:00 pm for the incredible finale, with a set packed with deep house, funk, disco, progressive house and techno.

Tickets will be available online from today at 5:00 pm or at the Expo 2020 Dubai gates.

Those who've already got the Expo Season Pass can enter at no additional cost.

Organisers reiterated that strict COVID-19 safety measures will be in place, with access only to ticketed guests who present a 72-hour valid negative PCR test result or proof of vaccination.


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