Five Palm Jumeirah’s music festive adds DJ duo to line-up

Like Mike and Dimitri Vegas together have amassed more than 25 million online fans

Running December 12-14, LUVYA will take place at the hotel’s 150-metre beach front
Running December 12-14, LUVYA will take place at the hotel’s 150-metre beach front

Five Palm Jumeirah’s music festival, LUVYA, has just announced the addition of two internationally famous DJs to the talent list.

Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike hold accolades such as the number one spot on the DJ Mag Top 100 Poll 2019, and numerous number one spots on the Billboard Dance Chart over the years.

Running from December 12-14, LUVYA will take place at the hotel’s 150-metre beach front on West Palm Jumeirah. Locations such as the hotel’s penthouse and secret room will also be used for the event. 

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The hotel shall also offer street food from Japan, China, Italy and other parts of the world. Local artists will create live artworks throughout the three-day event also.

Commenting on the festival, Five Hospitality’s CEO, Aloki Batra said: “Five has disrupted the luxury travel segment by creating an experiential-focused philosophy, which puts design, music, food, fashion and entertainment at the forefront of our millennial guest experience. LUVYA brings all of these elements together to create a luxe five-star lifestyle extravaganza like no other.”

Prices

  • Five Palm Jumeirah room packages from AED 1,250 per night, inclusive of two general packages
  • One-day pass for Thursday from AED 350 with three drinks
  • One-day pass for Friday from AED 550 with three drinks
  • Weekend pass AED 1,000 with 10 drinks

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