MDL Beast continues to wow guests during its second day

MDL Beast continues to wow guests during its second day
MDL Beast continues to wow guests during its second day

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - RIYADH — MDL Beast, the largest arts, culture and music festival in Saudi Arabia, has continued to wow guests during its second day, and has seen 150,000 eager fans from across the region and further afield attend over the past two days

The Big Beast stage saw crowds enjoying mind-blowing sets from Saudi DJ duo, Dish Dash, before international superstars J Balvin, Camelphat, Danny Tenaglia, Steve Aoki and David Guetta took to the stage. Aoki and Guetta closed the night performing together on stage in a back-2-back after their individual sets.

On the Down Beast chill out stage, an elated crowd enjoyed performances from Lady Lou, Hatoon, Dokkan and Usif among others.

Speaking of his experience of playing at MDL Beast, Guetta commented: "It really meant the world to me to be here in Saudi Arabia — we're making history. I see the enthusiasm of all the youth of the country and to see this happiness in their eyes and to be part of that moment is a privilege. It's also the first time I've played a back to back with Steve Aoki." — SG


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