Maestra Group has once again supported leading sports and live entertainment management agency - Sport & Entertainment Solutions (SES) in delivering Disney Live! Mickey’s Music Festival, at the Dubai World Trade Centre Arena.
Featuring an all-star line-up of more than 25 Disney characters Mickey Mouse and friends rocked the stage at the Dubai World Trade Center from April 6 to 9, 2016. The show began with audiences watching a state-of-the-art video projection of the frenzy backstage which spilled onto the stage as Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy welcomed guests to the concert tour. Soon thereafter, they were transported to a new world of hip hop beats, dizzying acrobatics, flying carpets and magical transformations with Aladdin, Jasmine and Genie. Underwater was where the crowd met up with Ariel, Sebastian and their nautical pals to groove to the reggae rhythm. And, family and friends stomped to the beat as Woody, Buzz and Jessie taught them how to boogie rodeo-style.
“Maestra have yet again been an integral part of our team in bringing our shows to life. We are very happy with the delivery of their work and definitely plan to work with them on our upcoming events”, said Ali Haidary CEO of SES.
Maestra worked hand in hand with the SES production team over the past months in developing a strong pre-production plan to ensure seamless delivery onsite.
The collaboration between SES and Maestra began in September 2014 for the production of Disney On Ice presents Rockin' Ever After. Maestra provided a full production package, including: LED screens, lighting, draping, rigging and carpentry. Maestra provided a similar package for Disney Live! as part of an on-going partnership as the official technical supplier for SES events.
Managing Partner of Maestra Dubai – Thomas Clements commented, “The continued successful delivery of projects with SES is testament to our strong working relationship and months of preparation between our teams and we look forward to even more successful events together in the future”< Back to news