The Stranglers return to Dubai after 8 years to play the Irish Village on Thursday November 24.
The British punk rock band who previously played in the region back in 2008 will be one of many live performances this season at the venue following gigs from Brian Wilson and Madness.
First formed in 1974, when they were originally known as The Guildford Stranglers, the group reached the Top 40 UK charts with 23 hit singles and 17 albums over the past four decades.
Starting out as a punk rock band, their sound evolved over the decades to include genres like gothic rock, new wave, synth and pop. Famed for world renowned 1981 single Golden Brown and other hits such as No More Heroes and Peaches. The band celebrated its 40th birthday in 2014, with a tour of the UK and Europe.
Even though band members have been ever changing since the 1970s, two of the original line up, Jean-Jacques Burnel and Dave Greenfield will take centre stage when they play The Irish Village.