Saudi Arabia To Host Its First Ever DJ Party with Armin Van Buuren

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Armin van Buuren is one of the top DJs in the world, and surprisingly he has been called in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where there is shariah law.

As you know that as per Muhammad Bin Salman’s Vision 2030, as they make Celebration of Valentine’s day HALAL in Saudi Arabia and has now offered the world’s top DJ to perform in a DJ Dance Party in Makkah, Saudia Arabia. As per the media articles, King Abdullah Economic City located in the Makkah province will be hosting the Dj and the world’s top producer on 17th June 2018. Although Saudi government has not been confirmed this news yet.

As per Arabian Business, this event is hosted by the kingdom’s General Entertainment Authority and the other local event planning agency, Brackets.

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This event has not been listed on Armin Van Buuren’s tour dates lists on his official website or even his activities. And there is no even which Armin is attending on June 17, 2018. Which shows that this date is available for his show in Saudi Arabia.

The subtle elements of the show are yet to be uncovered, especially with regards to controls forced on participants. Regardless of whether female individuals from society will go to the occasion and whether individuals will be permitted to move is still being referred to.

Online networking clients have communicated worries over such conditions, particularly since not long ago, Saudi experts reported that moving will be entirely restricted amid Egyptian vocalist Tamer Hosny’s up and coming show in the kingdom.

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The traditionalist kingdom has been shaking up its music scene

Many people all around the world have been angered due to their changing paradigms of Saudi Arabia and calling it all wrong. And calling this development lethal for the shariah law currently implemented in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.


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