The Dubai Muscle Show 2018
November 29, 2018
A bulked up Dubai Muscle Show returns to Dubai World Trade Centre for the third year in a row from December 7-8 with a blockbuster bill of brawn and biceps.
Organized in collaboration with Dubai Sports Council and held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the National Olympic Committee and Chairman of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Creative Sports Award, fans can expect multiple World’s Strongest Men to Mr. Olympia winners headlining the talent roster. The all-star cast of spectacular strongmen, social media superstars and renowned bodybuilders will be on hand for meet-and-greets, panel discussions, on-stage competitions and more throughout the two-day fitness extravaganza.
“The talent line-up this year is bigger, bulkier and more attention-grabbing than ever before,” said Nick Blair, Exhibition Director, Dubai Muscle Show 2018. “The last two years have proven there is a huge demand for access to international superstars – both male and female. Aspiring bodybuilders are just like other engaged fans in that they have their favorite role models. We have listened to the fans and this year’s line-up is jam-packed with superheroes and superheroines.”
General Admission tickets are priced at AED75 per day or AED100 for a Standard Rate weekend pass. Tickets are available from Platinum List.
Dubai Muscle Show 2018 takes place December 7-8 at DWTC. The Dubai Muscle Show is sponsored by Platinum Sponsors New Rock Sports, Life Pharmacy Muscle Core Nutrition and Sporter, with Official Food Sponsor Fuel-Up, and Silver Sponsor Optimum Nutrition.
Here is the muscle-bound superstar talent on show, all available for meet-and-greets at Dubai Muscle Show on December 7 and 8.
Brian Shaw – Kai Greene – Michelle Lewin – Jay Cutler – Ronnie Coleman – Dorian Yates – William Bonac – Kevin Levrone – Hany Rambod
The inaugural 2016 event was held at Dubai International Marine Resort, and now in its third year, the exhibition is returning to Dubai World Trade Centre where it will take over 16,000sqm of space in Zabeel Halls 4, 5 & 6.