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Amy Gets On Her Bike

09:01 AM Tuesday 12/21/10 | |

Amy Winehouse, Pharrell Williams with his band N*E*R*D and Mike Posner have all been confirmed to play Dubai’s Gulf Bike Week Feb. 10-12.

The 15,000-capacity event produced by Done Events will be at Dubai Festival City and feature daily bike exhibitions, stunt bike shows, entertainment and a special Rolling Stone magazine stage with local and regional bands performing.

Done Events is also producing a range of weekly concerts under its “Livin’ the Music” banner and the lineup is expected to be announced early in 2011.

Done chief ops officer Thomas Ovesen and his team has previously brought in international acts including Rod Stewart, Spandau Ballet, Kylie Minogue, Bon Jovi, Keane, Iron Maiden, Paolo Nutini, Ali Campbell’s UB40 and Backstreet Boys.


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