Private island festival to debut in the UAE

NuraiFest will feature the likes of Audiofly, Steve Lawler, Tiga, wAFF, M.A.N.D.Y., Satori live and Serge Devant on November 22-23 in Abu Dhabi

Zaya Nurai Island will host a music festival
Zaya Nurai Island will host a music festival

Abu Dhabi’s Zaya Nurai Island is set to host a music festival that will take place on November 22 to 23 2019.

NuraiFest will feature pool parties  sunset beach parties and culminate with the VIP Estate party with entertainment provided by renowned DJs including Audiofly, Steve Lawler, Tiga, wAFF, M.A.N.D.Y., Satori live and Serge Devant on both days.

A short 15-minute boat ride off the shores of Abu Dhabi,  Zaya Nurai Island comprises 52 private villas, an oceanside spa, five F&B outlets and a beach club. There are three ways to get to the island – boat, helicopter or seaplane. Shuttle boats will depart from the welcome centre to the island and back throughout the festival.

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Zaya Nurai Island general manager, Adib Moukheiber, said: “Our goal is to create memorable island experiences like no other in the UAE. Zaya Nurai Island will play host to one of the most unique music festivals to ever take place in the region and beyond.”

Guests have a choice to either book 1-day, 2-day or a VIP pass. Tickets are available on Platinumlist and prices start from AED499 per day. The afterparty on Friday comes at an additional cost. There are also cabanas, teepees and VIP tables available – each one offering a limited number of complimentary passes. 

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