Autism Rocks Arena in Dubai goes dry

Ahli Holding Group has made the decision to operate the Autism Rocks Arena as a dry venue

Autism Rocks Arena.
Autism Rocks Arena.

Ahli Holding Group, the landowner of the Autism Rocks Arena, in Dubai released a statement today saying that it will no longer sere alcohol at its venue. The three upcoming concerts at the venue will be headlined by Jennifer Lopez, Ed Sheeran and Elton John. 

117 Live in a statement on its Facebook page said, "In an effort to cater to a larger audience across all age groups, Ahli Holding Group, the landowner of the Autism Rocks Arena, has made the decision to change direction and operate the Autism Rocks Arena as a dry venue for the foreseeable future. This means that upcoming concerts including Jennifer Lopez, Ed Sheeran and Elton John will not serve alcoholic beverages at the venue. 117 Live will accept and respect the decision taken by the landowners and will implement accordingly. We are putting on three huge shows with international artists in the next few weeks, and those who attend will receive a complimentary AED 50 food and beverage voucher at the Arena."

We understand there may be concerns following the decision below. Please see our FB for more info and options: https://t.co/MluMR8cXk0 pic.twitter.com/Zpt6ez0PqT

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The event promoter 117Live is also offering refunds for tickets holders who no longer wish to attend Jennifer Lopez, Ed Sheeran and Elton John concerts.

 

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