90s Stars Live in Concert at Dubai Opera

Ace of Base frontwoman Jenny Berggren and Marty Cintron of No Mercy will play a live show at Dubai Opera on 10 September 2021.

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You can expect a night of fun, excitement and joy, plus a heavy dose of 90s nostalgia when the two 90s stars team up for the spectacular concert.

90s Stars Ace of Base and No Mercy Live in Dubai

Ace of Base

Ace of Base were formed in Sweden in the late 1980s. The band features Jenny Berggren, her brother Jonas, and sister Lin. Their first single Wheel of Fortune reached number two in the Danish charts, however international success came with the release of second single All That She Wants. The song topped the charts in Germany and the UK, as well as reaching number two in the USA and Australia.

Ace of Base – All That She Wants (Official Music Video)

The band’s singles The Sign and Don’t Turn Around also topped the US charts, with the former staying at the top spot for six consecutive weeks. The song’s inclusion in the 2012 movie Pitch Perfect brought with it a new generation of fans.

Ace of Base have won numerous international awards, including six World Music Awards and three Billboard Awards. They have also received six Grammy nominations. The group are the third best-selling Swedish band of all time, behind Abba and Roxette.

No Mercy

No Mercy began their career in the 1990s. Lead singer Marty Cintron was first spotted performing on the streets of South Beach in Florida. Alongside Marty, the band featured twin brothers Ariel and Gabriel Hernández.

Their first single Missing (a cover of the Everything but the Girl hit released the previous year) was released in 1995. Their debut album My Promise followed in 1996. The album reached the top five in countries across the world, and featured the hugely popular songs Where Do You Go and When I Die.

No Mercy – Where Do You Go

No Mercy released three further albums, achieving gold and platinum status in many countries. Their music has also been featured in movies including ‘A Night at the Roxbury’.

In more recent years Marty Cintron has played solo, keeping the No Mercy name, and continuing to delight fans across the globe with his energetic live shows.

These two 90s stars are sure to get the audience dancing and singing along – grab your tickets now!

Please note that you do not need to have received a Covid-19 vaccination in order to attend this concert. PCR tests are also not needed. The concert will be socially distanced and adhere to maximum capacities. Masks will also be required at all times when inside the venue.

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