DATES REVEALED: All you need to know about Untold Dubai

Untold Music Festival

The festival is going to be four days and nights of pure magic

The most anticipated music festival of 2024 is coming sooner than we thought!

Mark your calendars for Untold, making its Middle East debut at Expo City Dubai.

Following an epic introduction and some record-breaking music videos shot atop Burj Khalifa by legendary DJ Armin Van Buuren, the dates are now out and we’re already planning our outfits.

The extraordinary cultural phenomenon will shake up the emirate from 15-18 February, 2024.

Take note, the first round of 5,000 tickets will go on sale on 3 October, and you have to register on the website in advance.

With over 70,000 attendees expected per day, the festival will be an all-encompassing cultural experience, featuring genres ranging from pop and R&B to house, techno, hip-hop, and more.

While the artist line-up is still under wraps, we won’t be surprised if some of the biggest names in the music industry show up, including those who just graced Untold Europe including Imagine Dragons, David Guetta, Armin Van Buuren, Bebe Rexha, DJ Bliss, Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki, Camelphat, Tale Of Us, Years & Years, and many more.

An iconic festival, right up there with the likes of Tomorrowland and Glastonbury, Untold Dubai is sure to be four days and nights of pure euphoria.

Early registered festival goers will be first in line to receive a special price for the four-day General Access, at just AED 500 instead of AED 1,500. For a larger-than-life experience, early bird four-day VIP passes will be available for AED 1,200 instead of AED 2,500.

Watch this space for the line-up reveal and more information, and register immediately!



15-18 February 2024


Expo City Dubai


To register, visit

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Caroline D’Almeida

A little bit of India, a little more of the UAE, and a lot of shawarma perhaps best captures Caroline’s anatomy. An avid believer in value for money, her hobbies include putting the ‘elite lifestyle’ to the test. And finding cheaper dupes for it all. A Sharjah girl new to the capital, she hopes to discover the pulse of the emirate.