Dance music supremo Moby is due to play at the Dubai World Trade Centre on July 4th, it has been announced.

The UAE has further enhanced its reputation as a dance music destination with the announcement that Moby is due to play in Dubai this summer.

A full live band will accompany the American DJ, singer-songwriter and musician, as he plays hits from his 20-year career as well as his latest single The Day, which is due for release next month.

The gig at the Dubai World Trade Centre on July 4th is part of the 45-year-old’s Destroyed World Tour, which also features shows in the USA, Europe and Russia.

Moby sprung to fame in 1991 with his second single Go, while his 1999 album Play sold more than 10 million copes worldwide.

Music-lovers booking flights to Dubai to catch Moby in action can also expect to hear well-known hits such as Porcelain, Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? and Natural Blues.

Tickets will go on sale on April 17th and prices start at Dh 200 (£34) per person.

Written by Nicholas Scott

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