Autism Rocks, the London-based charity organization that raises donations for autism research, will be the official naming right partner for their temporary venue at the Dubai Outlet Mall, and will be aptly named-The Autism Rocks Arena.
The naming rights deal establishes a world’s first when it comes to a commercial deal between a venue and a charity.
To celebrate the partnership and Autism Awareness Month, which commences April 2nd, Autism Rocks will be hosting a jam packed family day on April 1st at the Arena with performances from international superstars Flo Rida and Tyga.
The day will also feature laser tag, crazy golf, a zip line, a petting zoo, bouncy castles and inflatable fun rides-to name a few.
Sanjay Shah, philanthropist and founder of Autism Rocks, said: “Autism Rocks is proud to sponsor the arena at the Dubai Outlet Mall and we look forward to many awesome concerts there. Our family fun day on Friday 1 April at the Arena is in celebration of the United Nations’ World Autism Awareness Day. We’ve kept the ticket prices extremely low to make it affordable for everyone.”
Tickets will go on sale soon from www.117live.com and all Virgin Mega Stores. Those attending could also be in with the chance for a meet and greet with Flo Rida and Tyga.
About Autism Rocks: Autism Rocks is a London-based charity organization that launched in 2014 with an invite only performance in London with none other than the musical icon Prince. Autism Rocks has gone on to host private shows with Lenny Kravitz, Michael Bublè and Drake to name a few. Autism Rocks is a registered charity; charity number 1158121. All funds raised go to the Autism Research Centre (ARC) based at Cambridge University, which works to understand the cause and effects of autism.
About Autism: Autism is a lifelong developmental disability, characterised by difficulties in the development of social relationships and communication skills and the presence of unusually strong and narrow interests, and repetitive behaviour. It is a spectrum condition, which means that, while all people with autism share common difficulties, their condition will affect them in very different ways. Some individuals are able to live relatively independent lives; others will require a lifetime of specialist support.
For more information or to make a donation please visit http://autism.rocks/ or call 02077100020.