Win tickets to Bob Marley Festival at Yas Beach, Abu Dhabi on Feb 9

Ended on Tuesday, February 6 2018

The annual Bob Marley Festival is back featuring one of the royalty sons of the reggae legend Ky-Mani Marley. Now on its fifth year, the event will take place on February 9, 2018 at Yas Beach, Yas Island in Abu Dhabi.

Paying tribute to the Jamaican legend who would have been 73 years old this year, the celebration of music and art will carry Bob Marley’s ideals introducing them to the present generation. Grammy nominated musician Ky-Mani is following his father’s footsteps in taking the world by storm with his talents. Joining him on the stage to pay homeage is Busy Signal, a Jamaican dancehall reggae artist, who ruled charts and had done collaborations with No Doubt, Major Lazer, and many more.

Gates will open at 3pm for reggae fans to enjoy a themed décor full of memorabilia while listening to funky reggae beats. The tropical scene will take the guests to the Caribbean while being served authentic Jamaican dishes by local food trucks. Guests can also shop handmade creations by local artisans.

The 5th annual Bob Marley Festival is open to adults above 21 years old. For more information, visit Reggae Beachfest on Facebook or its official website.

This competition has ended and no more entries are being accepted. The winners for this contest are listed below:

  • Henry Frank from Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • Linsey Pereira from ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates
  • Ruth Black from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  • Sarah Mhlanga from Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • Stepheany Cotta from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

If you are a winner and we have not contacted you yet, please feel free to contact us at competitions@timeoutabudhabi.com.

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