| The Sevens|
+971 4 809 6605
28 November 2008
| Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
Al Ain Road, E66 - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
Twickenham Stadium, Wellington Regional Stadium, Kempinski Residences Palm Jum, Cape Town Stadium, Hong Kong Stadium
Rod Stewart performed at the stadium on March 7, 2010 during his Soulbook Tour.
Duran Duran performed at the stadium on March 8, 2012 during their All You Need Is Now Tour.
Justin Bieber has performed at the stadium on May 4 and 5, 2013 during his Believe Tour in front of a total crowd of 28,544 people.
One Direction performed at the stadium on April 4, 2015 during their On the Road Again Tour in front of a total crowd of 29,300 people.
Laboum, April, B1A4, Boyfriend, Red Velvet, DIA, Monsta X, Bangtan Boys, Tahiti, Pledis Girlz, Bigflo, UNIQ, Brown Eyed Girls performed at the stadium on April 20, 2017 during their Music Bank World Tour in front of a total crowd of 31,302 people.
The Sevens Stadium Wikipedia
The Sevens is a purpose-built rugby sevens stadium in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Sevens Stadium is a venue for rugby, soccer, Gaelic football, Australian football (Aussie rules), netball, basketball, cricket, tennis, track and field, and concerts.
The Sevens is located at the intersection of the Dubai-Al Ain Road (E66) and the Jebel Ali-Lahbab Road (E77) and the complex offers parking for around 15,000 vehicles.
Facilities at The Sevens include: eight rugby/football pitches, six cricket pitches (3 grass (2 floodlit) 3 subkha), four netball/tennis courts, one basketball court, a grandstand, and international-standard ancillary facilities ideal for sports events. All courts and pitches are floodlit.
It was the venue for the first HSBC A5N Youth Rugby Festival in February 2009. The Emirates Airline Dubai Sevens is a round of the World Rugby Sevens Series held at The Sevens annually since 2008.