Wednesday March 29th, 2023
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Saudi Arabia’s F1 Grand Prix is Going Big With These Four Superstars

This MDLBEAST and F1 concert collaboration includes some of the biggest stars in the region - and the world.

Farida El Shafie

With the F1 Grand Prix careening around the corner, the event’s headlining acts are about to rev up their superstar performances on the main stage of Jeddah Corniche! From March 17th to the 19th, global music and media platform MDLBEAST is teaming up with F1 to host a series of concerts as part of their post-race party series, ‘Overtake the Future’.

The lineup includes the likes of rap superstar, Travis Scott, five-time Grammy nominated producer, DJ and songwriter Calvin Harris, multi-award winning DJ Afrojack, and Arab pop sensation Ahmed Saad. It’s no exaggeration to say F1 fans are about to catch the high-octane action on one of, if not the, world’s fastest circuits, designed to challenge the limits of speed and skill, while music aficionados groove to the electrifying beats of some of the biggest names in the industry.

TRAVIS SCOTT

Date: March 19th, 2023

In the run up to his highly-anticipated ‘Utopia’ album release, Grammy-nominated and Texas-born rapper Travis Scott will run audience members through his ‘Astroworld’ era, with nostalgic dives into his ‘Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight’ 2016 releases.


CALVIN HARRIS

Date: March 19th, 2023

Scottish DJ and five-time Grammy-nominated record producer and songwriter Calvin Harris’s will catapult attendees to the feel-good beats that shaped 2017 summers and subsequent techno parties.


AFROJACK

Date: March 18th, 2023

In a similar techno-filled vein, Dutch DJ and the multi-award winning recording artist behind hit singles ‘Ten Feet Tall’ and ‘Turn Up the Speakers’, Afrojack is set to revive his early 2000s moments whilst also paying tribute to his most recent features with the likes of rapper, R3hab, and soulful singer, James Athur.


AHMED SAAD

Date: March 19th, 2023

Chart topping Egyptian popstar Ahmed Saad - the vocalist behind tracks like ‘Aleky Eyoun’, ‘El Youm El Helw Dah’ and ‘El Melouk (feat 3enba & Double Zuksh) - is set to imbue Corniche’s main stage with a plethora of Arab pop anthems.

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