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Alicia Keys has been confirmed as the final headliner for the Dubai Jazz Festival. The other two headliners are Snow Patrol and Jamiroquai. So, this year’s Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival is really raising the bar!

Piano Keys

Beginning her career at an extremely young age, Keys has always impressed audiences with her soul and sincerity. Her listeners identify with the raw honesty of her lyrics as well as the depth and complexity of her piano playing. She came to fame in 2001 with the hit album Songs in A Minor with singles like ‘Fallin’, ‘A Woman’s Worth’, ‘Girlfriend’ and ‘How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore?’ written by Prince. She was only 20 years old at the time.

True to Her Soul

As she continued her career, Keys remained true to herself and to her music. She released hit songs like ‘If I Ain’t Got You’, ‘Empire State of Mind’, ‘Superwoman’ and ‘ Girl on Fire’. Every single one of her albums has at least one single that’s made it to the top 100.

Where Can We Catch The Performance?

This year’s Jazz festival is scheduled for Wednesday 20 February to Friday 22 February. Snow Patrol is scheduled to perform on Wednesday 20 February as headliner. Jamiroquai is the main act on Thursday 21 February 2019. Then Alica Keys will ring it in on the last day, Friday 22 February. This will be the 17th annual jazz festival hosted by Emirates Airline. It will be held at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre. Dubai jazz fans are in for a treat.

Tickets can be purchased from platinum list.