Qatar Tourism has released tickets for a concert by Lebanese singers Assi Al-Hillani and Myriam Fares and Omani singer Salah Al-Zadjali. Part of Qatar Live, this will be held on December 16 at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre.
The concert will start at 20:00, with doors opening to the public at 18:30. In compliance with decisions by the Ministry of Public Health to contain the spread of the coronavirus, the total capacity of the concert venue is 2,000 people. Tickets are divided into 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 its second edition, Qatar Live is part of Qatar Tourism's efforts to enhance the visitor and fan experience, particularly during the Arab Cup. The calendar includes several concerts and entertainment events, including a concert by Lebanese singer Magida El Roumi on December 5 and Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live shows at Lusail Arena, from December 8 – 11. Kuwaiti singers Abdullah Al-Ruwaished and Mutrif al-Mutrif and Syrian singer Assala will perform on December 9. The concerts will conclude on the eve of the National Day with a concert by Asma Lamnawar and Ayed Youssef hosted by Qatari singer Fahd Al Kubaisi on December 17.
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About Qatar Tourism (QT)
Qatar Tourism’s mission is to establish Qatar as a place where cultural authenticity meets modernity, and where people of the world come together to experience unique offerings in culture, sports, business and family entertainment, rooted in Service Excellence.
Qatar Tourism is responsible for regulating and developing the tourism and hospitality industry, encouraging more investments from the private sector, as well setting the national strategy of the tourism sector, reviewing it periodically and oversee its implementation, in order to diversify the tourism offerings in the country and increase visitor spend.
Through our network of international offices in priority markets, and cutting-edge digital platforms, Qatar Tourism is expanding Qatar’s presence globally, enhancing the tourism sector’s ability to reach target audiences directly.
Since launching QNTSS, the economic impact of the tourism sector in Qatar is becoming increasingly visible with the government designating tourism in 2017 a priority sector in pursuit of a more diverse economy and more active private sector.
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