Photograph credit: Blue Marlin Ibiza UAE

Blue Marlin’s Burning Beach Returns With A Huge Festival

UAE’s ultimate beach destination Blue Marlin Ibiza UAE is bringing its infamous Burning Beach back on Friday, 26th October, and this time it’s a festival.

Massive international headliners

Partygoers heading to Blue Marlin Ibiza UAE can expect a day-to-night party with live music and art from four international DJs and seven local acts. The international line-up starts with the versatile Italian techno DJ Tennis, Portugual’s underground music sensation DJ Trikk, deep house DJ Hyenah and electro DJ Henry Saiz performing live with his band.

Local acts join the party

UAE’s homegrown talents are set to take over the mammoth beach festival, performing a fusion of deep house, techno and electronic dance music. The line-up includes Frederick Stone, Michka, Aidin Karami, Mario Bazouri, Bachir Salloum, Sam Farsio and Maks. They’re no strangers to UAE’s party scene, headlining at the country’s leading clubs and marquis events.

Dress up encouraged at Blue Marlin

Burning Beach: The Festival has earned a reputation for its unusual dress code, witnessing partygoers dressed up in tribal, rave, custom-made and pop-cultured-inspired outfits. Partygoers are encouraged to dress up in their most creative costumes, as they say, “Let the kaleidoscope of freedom and spiritual energy take over.”

Save the date: Friday, 26th October

Blue Marlin Ibiza UAE will open its doors early, from 11 and the party goes on for 12 hours non-stop till 11pm! It’s free entry before 3pm, and those attending the festival in a group of eight can book a table for Dhs8,000 or reserve a beach bed for Dhs3,500. Partygoers can also opt for dining at the Mediterranean restaurant or enjoy a selection of appetizers with beverages on the terrace. They’ve also got a safe driver service available. 48-hour prior notice is required, however. For reservations, contact 056 113 3400 or email reservation@bluemarlinibiza-uae.com. For safety-driver service, contact 056 113 3400.

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