The additional tickets were released by Qatar Tourism earlier this week for Abdullah Al-Ruwaished, Assala and Mutrif al-Mutrif concert.
In light of unprecedented demand, Qatar Tourism offered additional tickets for a concert by Kuwaiti singers Abdullah Al-Ruwaished and Mutrif al-Mutrif, accompanied by Syrian singer Assala Nasri, that is set to take place at Doha Exhibition and Convention Center (DECC) on Thursday, December 9, 2021, from 20:00.
The additional tickets were sold out shortly after their release due to strong public response. The tickets came in six categories: Diamond, Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze, in addition to a special category for wheelchairs. Ticket prices ranged from 100 QAR to 750 QAR.
In compliance with the guidance of the Ministry of Public Health to contain coronavirus infections, the concert venue will be able to accommodate a total of 3,000 people.
In its second edition this year, Qatar Live is part of Qatar Tourism's efforts to enhance the experiences of visitors and fans during the Arab Cup. A number of entertainment events have been taking place during this time, with Qatar Live kicked off with a concert by Lebanese diva Magida El Roumi on December 5. Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live shows are underway at Lusail Arena, having started on December 8 and due to end on December 11. Lebanese singers Assi El-Hellani, Myriam Fares and Omani singer Salah Al-Zadjali will perform on December 16. Qatar Live will conclude on the eve of National Day with a performance on December 17 by singers Asma Lamnawar and Ayed Youssef, hosted by Qatari singer Fahd Al Kubaisi.
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