Don Moen to perform live in Qatar at Asian Town

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

Popular singer and songwriter, Don Moen, will perform live in Qatar next weekend as part of The Festival of Peace event.

The event will be held at the Asian Town Amphitheater on the 30th of November and 1st of December 2018, from 7 pm to 10 pm.

The event, which will also be featuring Gary Clarke from Hillsong London, is brought to you by Route 58:12 in association with Media1 Advertising and Publications.

Gates open at 5 pm on both days. A single ticket purchase grants the buyer access to the event for both days. Tickets are not shareable or transferable. Children aged 4 and below can enter for free.

You may urchase your tickets online from Q-Tickets.

Make sure to carry warm clothing with you as it will be quite chilly on the night.

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