Ellie Goulding to perform in Dubai in January

Tickets start at Dh195 for the Coca-Cola Arena concert

PARIS, FRANCE - JULY 03:  Ellie Goulding attends the CNMI Green Carpet Talent Competition judging day at Avenue Franklin Roosevelt on July 3, 2018 in Paris, France.  (Photo by Francois Durand/Getty Images for Eco-Age)
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Love Me Like You Do singer Ellie Goulding is heading to Dubai next year. The British songstress is set to perform at the Coca-Cola Arena on Friday, January 10.

Tickets for Night Lights with Ellie Goulding go on sale tomorrow at 9am. A portion of the tickets will be set at just Dh195.

Goulding was last in the UAE back in 2015, when she took to the stage during Dubai Music Week at Dubai World Trade Centre. She also performed at Sandance on New Year's Eve in 2012.

Ellie Goulding performs at Dubai Music Week on September 24, 2015. Victor Besa / The National
Ellie Goulding performs at Dubai Music Week on September 24, 2015. Victor Besa / The National

At her Dubai Music Week, she seemed to go down a storm. Of the gig, The National wrote: "After just a few songs, the crowd were chanting the singer's first name in their thousands.

"Goulding, for her part, seemed genuinely touched – perhaps relieved after her last UAE gig experience. 'I do a lot of shows, perhaps 1,000 in the last 100 days – if that’s possible,' she tells the rapt audience, “and it really makes a difference when you’re performing to people who are really engaged.'"

Expect her to belt out her back catalogue of hits, including 2010's Starry Eyed, 2012's Anything Could Happen and 2016's Still Falling for You. In 2019, she has released three singles, Flux, Sixteen and Hate Me. 

For Christmas 2019, Goulding has covered Joni Mitchell's River for Amazon Prime:

Friday, January 10, from 8pm; tickets on sale Thursday, November 28, 9am; from Dh195; Coca-Cola Arena, City Walk, Dubai; www.coca-cola-arena.com


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