Riyadh hosts MDL Beast Music Festival on December 19

      Published on Monday, 9 December , 2019      1284 Views     
Riyadh hosts MDL Beast Music Festival on December 19

The Saudi capital Riyadh will inaugurate the MDL Beast Music Festival from December 19 to 21, bringing together music, art and culture in a massive global event.

Music lovers in Saudi Arabia, the region and the world over will witness a grand celebration with over 70,000 people, as the festival features 18 world titles and 28 international shows including Afrojack, Camelphat, J Balvin and Tiësto.

Among the most prominent guests are David Guetta, Martin Garrix and Steve Aoki, in addition to 24 local and regional artists, such as EDM DJ Cosmicat and DJ Duo Dish Dash, and other international artists who will be announced in the coming days.

Commenting on this music event, international artist Steve Aoki said:

“When I was invited to the MDL Beast Festival in Riyadh, I was thrilled that this festival would be in the KSA, it will be a great event with lots of works and lots of new names, and we can’t wait to be a part of this exceptional experience. ”

Ahmed al-Ammari, a member of the festival team, stressed that MDL Beast is more than just a music festival – it is a platform that features many projects, including local and international seasonal events, internet and radio channels, recording studios, and non-profit organizations that promotes music education.

“We’re confident MDL Beast will be like nothing seen before and we cannot wait to experience this transformative musical milestone,” he concluded.

Category Culture, Events | 2019/12/09 latest update at 7:37 AM
Source : Egypt Independent | Photocredit : Google
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