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Jamie Rivera coming to Dubai

Concert in January to feature Smokey Mountain original, Jeffrey Hidalgo, as guest performer

  • Staff Report
  • Published: 17:30 December 7, 2013
  • Gulf News

Filipino artist Jamie Rivera
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  • Filipino artist Jamie Rivera.

Filipino artist Jamie Rivera is expected to wow fans with her vocal skills during a concert in Dubai in January.

Rivera is currently promoting her first Christmas album My Christmas Gift.

Jeffrey Hidalgo, one of the original members of the singing group Smokey Mountain, is making a guest performance.

Don't miss it

What: Jamie Rivera in concert
When: January 10, 2014
Where: Al Nasr Leisureland Ice Rink, from 8pm
Tickets: Call 056 6966979 or 050 6597107

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