Jafar, and have signed an agreement with the Dubai government to bring Dubai Music Week to the emirate for five years, as well as two other festivals called Dubai Rocks and Dubai Classics, which will launch early next year. Siedah Garrett singing I Just Cant Stop Loving You at Dubai Music Week, hosted by Quincy Jones A project such as Dubai Music Week does have tremendous potential for social impact and has the potential to be profitable in the long term, says Mr. Jafar, who booked Will.i.am, Timbaland and Selena Gomez for the main concerts this year, but plans to book more niche, lesser well-known acts for Dubai Rocks and Dubai Classics. The move to offer bands or acts that have not necessarily shot to global stardom yet is a fairly new trend in Dubai, as expats and citizens have generally been viewed as having less sophisticated musical palates than other markets. Yes, many acts with blockbuster appeal have been booked in the past year Justin Bieber, Jennifer Lopez, Usher, Katy Perry and Alicia Keys but promoters are also signing smaller bands that have a more niche appeal, such as The Lumineers and Of Monsters and Men, who are supporting The Killers at the Sandance festival. When it comes to acts that are less commercial in their pull, then festivals work better, explains Thomas Ovesen, chief operating officer at Done Events, the promoter that booked The Lumineers for a new festival it is organising in February called RedFest DXB, in conjunction with Virgin Radio Dubai. Mr. Ovesen hopes to sign up more smaller acts and sell 20,000 tickets at 250 U.A.E. dirhams ($68) to AED300 over two days to break even. He says Dubai is still paying a premium for artists due to its global glitzy image. Its not like 10 years ago, when we had to explain to artists, particularly from the U.S., that Dubai is far from Baghdad, says Mr.
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He also said there will be standard body checks, spot checks for cars on arrival, ID checks and undercover security guards patrolling the grounds, especially the areas where 30,000 campers will stay. Kent said the event organizers are also working with DanceSafe, an organization that provides information on alcohol consumption, drugs and safe sex. With nearly 10 years under their belt, he said they are prepared and understand the difficulty of policing an enormous amount of concert-goers in one place. “We’ve worked closely with the local hospital,” he said. “We’re set up for anything that happens. In any major event, there could be issues.” Initially, South Fulton Commissioner William Edwards was skeptical when organizers from TomorrowWorld gave their pitch to bring the popular festival to his small district. But Edwards believes TomorrowWorld’s goal is to provide a safe and controlled environment in an area that has never had so many people at one time. He said discussions over safety with organizers have been ongoing over the last two years. “When they first came to me, I thought they were out of their mind,” he said. “But during their pitch, I saw that it’s OK to bring the world to our community….They have the right things in place. They were on key.
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It adds tragedy to that act, but we did have to endear the audience to Gale in a very efficient way.” Golubic was able to continue Gale’s presence after his death through music. As the DEA look through Gale’s belongings for clues and they come across a DVD of him doing karaoke in Thailand. His selection? Peter Schilling’s “Major Tom.” Both of these instances took extra linguistic research to complete the flourishes. It’s a commitment to character, and, in Golubic’s eyes a commitment to storytelling. “We had an incredibly difficult time getting the correct Thai translation to ‘ Major Tom ‘ (for the video) and translating the lyrics for ‘Crapa Pelada (the Italian song that Gale sings) because it’s sung in an extinct Milanese dialect. But it only makes it that much more exciting and creatively fulfilling.” The Breaking Bad Finale “In my mind, Breaking Bad is the first show that’s truly gotten better with each season. Season five is our high point. I love The Wire and I love The Sopranos but I don’t think any of modern television has gotten better and left at their height… In the case of Breaking Bad we were able to build the story to its climax and it feels like a really natural one.” Golubic concludes, “I don’t think anyone is going to be disappointed by the conclusion of Breaking Bad.” As for all the internet recaps and speculation, Golubic states, “I love public art. People all around the world are talking about these episodes and really thinking it through.