The wait is over. RedFest DXB is setting up in Dubai Media City Amphitheatre this February and they’ve announced their second wave of headliners.
DJ Snake getting behind the decks this February
Grammy-nominated music producer DJ Snake is about to bring his Magenta Riddim to RedFest DXB this February. It’s been quite the year for the Parisian superstar, with a steady stream of releases like “Creep On Me,” “Let’s Get Ill” and the massive party anthem, “Magenta Riddim.” His recent collab with Selena Gomez, Cardi B and Ozuna on the Latin-beat dance song, “Taki Taki” has been a behemoth on the Latin music charts, peaking at number one on Billboard’s ‘Hot Latin Songs.’
G-Eazy returns to RedFest DXB
Rapper G-Eazy may be riding solo after breaking up with Halsey, but he’s ready to rock the stage on his return to RedFest DXB. It’s been a helluva’ ride in the rap game, starting as an opening act for rappers like Snoop Dogg and Lil Wayne. He found fame in 2014 after the release of ‘These Things Happen,’ peaking at number three on Billboard 200. He followed it with the release of three albums and hit singles like “Good Life,” “No Limit,” “Power” and “Me, Myself & I,” his biggest hit single, featuring Bebe Rexha.
Jess Glynne takes the stage
Pop starlet Jess Glynne will grace the stage on day one. She made her breakthrough in 2013 with the release of “Rather Be,” in collaboration with Clean Bandit. The song won a Grammy award for the “Best Dance Recording.” Her debut album, “I Cry When I Laugh” in 2015 peaked at number one on the UK Albums Chart, including hit-singles “Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself” and “Hold My Hand.” Since then, the redhead singer gave us hits like “All I Am,” “These Days” and “Right Here.”
Thursday, 14th February line-up: G-Eazy, DJ Snake and Jesse Glynne
Friday, 15th February line-up: Macklemore, Camila Cabello, Jax Jones and Lea Makhoul
Redfest DXB takes place at Dubai Media City Amphitheatre from 14th-15th February. Tickets are priced between Dhs 395-Dhs 1000. Tickets will be available soon.