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TAGFEST RETURNS IN 2018!

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Following on from the hugely successful 2017 edition with Gloc-9, Ebe Dancel, Marion Aunor, Sandwich and Parokya Ni Edgar, the festival returns with an amazing line-up headlining by the legendary Kamikazee as part of their TAGPUAN 2018 tour.

“We are happy to present the second edition of Tagfest and are positive that the success of the first edition will be emulated in this one too, with bands like Kamikazee and others in the line-up, we are confident that it will be another huge success,” says Managing Director Girish Bhat Done Events.

Organised by Done Events, fans should register on www.tagfest.ae and listen to Tag911 for the latest TagFest news ahead of the tickets going on sale on Thursday 16th November. Early bird tickets from Dh99 will be available for a limited time only.

Joining Kamikazee will be Moonstar88, 6cycleMind and Teeth reuniting for an exclusive Middle East performance.

Done Events is one of the region’s largest event promoters.  Recent shows have included RedFestDXB, Blended, Eric Clapton, One Direction, Bruno Mars and Alicia Keys.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, AND INTERVIEW REQUEST PLEASE CONTACT

Russell Tacandong – [email protected]

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