Music icons Jorja Smith and Rapsody to headline the 10th SoleDXB festival

The 10th anniversary of SoleDXB will feature a number of music artists for the three day event

December 2022 marks the return of Sole DXB, Dubai’s premiere cultural and lifestyle festival. The 2022 edition celebrates the 10th anniversary of Sole DXB with a massive weekend line-up planned for its attendees to commemorate. A mix of global and regional talent comprising musicians such as Central Cee and Jorja Smith, as well as South African dance sensation Muzi will be coming out for their first festival appearance.

The 10th Sole DXB festival will be conducted on the weekend of December 9th to 11th. This edition of the cultural festival gets organised with the support of Dubai Design District (d3) and Dubai Calendar while being hosted at the d3 global hub. Attendees can expect to experience the biggest names in the industry spanning hip-hop, soul, R&B, and dance music.

The weekend night of Saturday, December 10th will see the 22-year-old Central Cee performs his first headline show in Dubai. The following closing night of December 11th will be headlined by English singer-songwriter Jorja Smith. Hosting duties have been rested on Hassan Hajjaj’s shoulders.

Apart from these artists, the line-up also features rapper Bas and Grammy-nominated artist and Indigenous Music Award winner Mumu Fresh. The latter has collaborated with global artists such as Bruno Mars, Dave Chappelle and Ed Sheeran while building her own online music education platform, ‘Muniversity Studies’.

Renowned vocalist Khadija El Warzazia, the leader of the Morocco-based all-women music and dance group called Bnat el Houariyatm, will also be in attendance. Joining her will be the four-rapper group called Coast Contro and the famous African musician Muzi. Tagged as one of the 20 greatest female rappers of all time, Rapsody will also appear alongside NYC-based hip-hop artist Anik Khan.

Tickets can be purchased through Virgin Megastore Tickets, Dubai Calendar App, and the event website with prices ranging from AED100 to AED550. The three-day festival in 2019 garnered 36,000 visitors from more than 60 countries. Apart from live music and workshops, the festival also boasts exclusive fashion drops, art installations, and the region’s most competitive streetball tournament.

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