Alicia Keys will be the first international artist to perform as part of the Infinite Nights series at Expo 2020 in Dubai. She will be performing from the heart of Al Wasl Plaza on December 10th.
Expo 2020 Dubai will mark 50-years since the founding of the United Arab Emirates in show-stopping style with a four-day slate of world-class events and immersive experiences.
Having launched its candidature in April this year, Russia has now laid out further details of its plan to bring the world-beating event to the city.
Flying Piano, the newest attraction at Expo 2020 Dubai, combines music and wonder, as a pianist dressed in a white gown, with a white piano, is slowly lifted up into the air as she continues to play music.
A focal point for innovation and human ingenuity, Expo 2020 Dubai is an optimistic indicator of what the future could look like as efforts to decarbonise the world ramp up.
The International Superyacht Summit is set to take place on December 8-9. One of the most anticipated events in the yachting tourism sector, the event will take place under the patronage of P&O Marinas.
Saint Petersburg Convention Bureau, along with local companies specialising in business tourism, will present everything that the magnificent Baltic city has to offer at IBTM World in Spain.
Expo 2020 Dubai visitor numbers have soared to 4,156,985, driven by strong take-up of the November weekday pass and a raft of sport, music and cultural events.
The Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association has confirmed Caribbean Travel Marketplace will return in person in the spring. However, no date or location were given for the show.
Hotel demand across the majority of Middle East and North Africa markets is expected to achieve parity with 2019 levels of performance in 2022, according to new research.
Organised by Expo 2020 Dubai, in partnership with the UAE ministry of community development and UNICEF, the packed agenda includes inspiring talks and a concert with the acclaimed Lebanese singer Yara.
Boeing and Akasa Air have announced the new Indian carrier has ordered 72 737 Max airplanes to build its fleet. The deal is valued at nearly $9 billion at list prices.