Enrico Macias, Soon in Dubai for an Unforgettable Concert!


After his sold out and memorable concert in Dubai Festival Arena in 2016, the French singer, musician and songwriter of Algerian origin Enrico Macias will meet his fans again after more than 4 years, performing live in a night to remember in Dubai.

This much awaited musical event of Enrico Macias & Al Orchestra will be held in the iconic and prestigious venue of Dubai Opera on 22nd, January 2021.

Enrico Macias concert will be a part of Dubai Shopping Festival and is sponsored by “the Alliance Francaise” and the French International hotel group “Accor Group” in both Abu Dhabi and Dubai. The concert is organized by Arabian Entertainment House, a Dubai based company specializing in promoting musical concerts and events. 

With his festive music and songs that have a unique blend of different languages and musical elements, Enrico Macias and Al Orchestra will perform delightful melodies and music to bring happiness and joy to the souls of all his fans in the UAE.

Enrico Macias shared his excitement to meet his fans in Dubai again after 4 years, in a video message he shared on his social media channels saying: “When I came to Dubai for the first time, it was a great souvenir for me, because I remember how much people love me and how much I love these people. I remember that Lebanese people, traveled from Lebanon by plane to see my concert. For that, I’m very happy to come back to you again to Dubai”.

Enrico Macias is an icon of the international and French music world, with a great history and huge archive of songs since 1962. Enrico Macias received many musical awards, he was titled “The Singer of Peace” by UN Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim in 1980. Moreover, in 1997, he was named “The Roving Ambassador for Peace and the Defense of Children” by the UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan.

Enrico Macias is also currently acting in the Netflix 2-season French comedy series “Family Business”. 

Enrico Macias & Al Orchestra will be performing many of his famous songs that we grew up listening to, such as: Adieu mon pays, Les filles de mon pays, L’Oriental, Chanter, Guitare, Solenzara, El Porompompero and many more…