Reliable reports claim that the American superstar Beyoncé will debut the luxurious hotel, Atlantis. The Imperial People’s reactions to the news were diverse; some criticized the celebrity while others claimed that the large booking price was a win-win situation.
People are speculating about Beyoncé’s rumoured R414 million booking fee for a private event in Dubai.
The singer will perform at the opulent hotel Atlantis The Royal’s grand inauguration, according to Arabian Business. The Spirit hitmaker will receive a payment of $24 million, or R414 225 600 in rands.
Beyoncé has already begun practicing for the lavish event, according to a tweet from @B7Album.
The tweep claimed in a videotape that the celebrity was practicing her popular song Crazy in Love.
In a note that has been sent in advance of tonight’s events, guests are urged to “respect the privacy of the artist.”
Atlantis The Royal will put its phones under lockdown tonight during Beyoncé’s performance. All attendees were given a memo earlier today that made it quite clear that mobile devices would not be permitted at the private performance.
The “The Royal Reveal” note card described the privacy precautions that seemed to have been sought on behalf of the artist.
“No photography or video is permitted for this private Beyoncé performance. We ask that you enjoy this once in a lifetime show and therefore no photography or videography will be permitted. We request that you put your phone in the pouch provided to respect the privacy of the artist. We will be messaging you towards the end of the show to let you know when you can capture the grand reveal moment,” it reads.
Beyoncé’s appearance at Atlantis The Royal’s opening night is her first full performance since her last concert in 2018, where she performed live at the Global Citizen Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa. The glamorous night is set to be filled with surprises and acts such as Tiësto and Swedish House Mafia who will make an appearance in addition to a magnificent firework show.
Many people in the area, as well as some people around the world, have been anxiously awaiting the unveiling of Dubai’s brand-new landmark, and with good reason: the ultra-luxurious resort is a towering 43 stories high, with expansive views of the Arabian Sea and Palm Jumeirah. This is in addition to its numerous private pools, wide terraces, and seventeen top-notch restaurants.