Nadine Lustre invites fans to join her at 12-hour block party in Abu Dhabi
The actress and singer will make an appearance at The Galleria Al Maryah Island this weekend
She's set to jet into the UAE for an all-day party this weekend, and Nadine Lustre wants to see as many of her fans join her during her day in Abu Dhabi.
The Filipina actress and pop star will participate in The Galleria Al Maryah Island's 12-hour block party on Friday, November 15, and sent an invite to her followers to join her at the free-to-attend event.
"Hey everyone, Nadine here,” the 26-year-old said in a short clip posted on Twitter and Facebook. “Join me on November 15 for the biggest block party of the year at The Galleria in Abu Dhabi. See you there!”
The star, whose acclaimed performance in 2018's Never Not Love You netted her a string of awards, will make an appearance during the festivities, which will be held between noon and midnight.
Lustre, who has also enjoyed success as a singer with tracks including Nowhere I Wouldn't Go, is joined on The Galleria's line-up by Egyptian singer Abu, Bollywood rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh and American record producer DJ Jazzy Jeff.
The Filipina star and Abu will perform from The Galleria’s upper terraces, though no start time has yet been confirmed, while Singh and DJ Jazzy Jeff will keep the party going on street level, with all performances free and open to the public.
The all-day spectacle will also feature family-friendly entertainment, activities and performances, including a concert from the Abu Dhabi Police Band, with Al Falah Street closed to traffic so festivities can spill out on to the road.
LED screens showcasing concerts from the party's four headliners will be placed around the island, so fans can watch Lustre's show even if they're not near the front row.
The new expansion at The Galleria Al Maryah Island
The Galleria Al Maryah Island opened its four-level expansion on Wednesday, September 4. Shoppers are now able to make a beeline for beauty brands, including Etude House and Charlotte Tilbury, as well as high-street stores Monki, Next and River Island.
There are still more shops to come, including the capital's first Kinokuniya, scheduled to open in the first quarter of next year.
Updated: November 11, 2019 11:56 AM