Saudi Arabia Tag

David Guetta, who’s just been voted as the number 1 DJ in the world for the second year running, has just announced a brand-new residency in Riyadh – Saudi Arabia’s capital city. The news was confirmed by MDLBEAST, the Middle East’s largest and most prolific entertainment company. They’re the masterminds behind Saudi Arabia’s largest music festival SOUNDSTORM, which Guetta himself is

Even before the pandemic forced borders to close, there were already isolated countries, cities, and regions. Geographical isolation is often easier to overcome than ideological isolation. Sometimes the walls are so high that not even music can break them down. Fortunately, this reality seems to be changing in Saudi Arabia, as David Boyle described in this year's IMS Business Report,

Saudi Arabia has bought $500 million worth of stake in Live Nation.  With the current pandemic hitting the entertainment industry hard and many companies forcing to close, or suspend their main money-maker such as concerts or festivals, Live Nation may have just been saved thanks to the Saudi Arabian government. The Saudi Arabian Investment Fund completed the transaction on Monday, acquiring

Something very special is coming to Saudi Arabia this week as MDL Beast festival prepares to launch a debut edition, bringing electronic music to the people of the country and embarking on an exciting new era. Taking place between 19-21 December, the billing will include a range of special b2b performances from the biggest acts in the scene, including Afrojack b2b

It has been a wild year for Swedish House Mafia, three sold-out reunion shows in Stockholm, headlining various festivals across Europe and it was just announced that the Swedish trio will play another show at Diriyah Season this year. Now a picture of the stage design for the show in Saudi Arabia has been leaked on r/SwedishHouseMafia. Back in Stockholm, Swedish

After what has been a roller coaster year for Swedish House Mafia the trio is set to play at Diriyah Season festival in Saudi Arabia. Billed alongside Calvin Harris and Major Lazer, Swedish House Mafia is billed to headline the festival this Saturday, the 14th. The trio's reunion has been met with mixed reviews by fans and critics alike. While delighted to see the trio back in action

Trance's unequivocal king, Armin Van Buuren has always been known to break boundaries and is no stranger to royalty. having performed alongside The Netherland's Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra for King of The Netherlands Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima in 2013, the Dutch DJ is set to perform for royalty once again - this time, in Saudi Arabia. Armin is set to become the first DJ to