Formidable all-female line-up of eclectic entertainment at the Late Nights of Expo Dubai

Aleksandra Krstic, Bahgaga and Sanam Marvi will liven up the nights at the UAE's world fair on 25 and 26 November


Women will take centre stage with the female headliners of Late Nights @ Expo at the Dubai World Expo 2020 at Jubilee Park on 25 and 26 November. From classical music to comedy, the eclectic programme promises emphatic performances from a variety of talented women.

Serbian-born Aleksandra Krstic embarked on her love affair with music at the tender age of eight and has since performed as a classical, jazz, funk, soul and pop musician throughout Europe and, most recently, in the United Arab Emirates. The talented singer, songwriter and pianist, who has written music for MTV and several films, will kick off Late Nights @ Expo on 25 November with a soulful set.

Bahgaga, a five-woman Egyptian comedy band, will bring ancient Egyptian comedy to the Expo site with traditional songs, as well as some originals, tackling everyday problems with tongue firmly in cheek.


Pakistani folk and Sufi singer Sanam Marvi, who made her live singing debut in 2012 with concerts in London, Paris and New York singing alongside Hadiqa Kiani and Ali Zafar, will entertain with songs in Sindhi, Punjabi and Balochi.

Late Nights @ Expo takes place from 22:30 GST on November 25 at Jubilee Park. Admission is free for Expo 2020 ticket holders, but visitors are advised to arrive early.

Text, photos and video: Expo Dubai 2020