Justin Bieber in Saudi Arabia: Pop star to headline F1 post-race concert in Jeddah
Justin Bieber will be performing in Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah on December 5, headlining a concert on the sidelines of the Formula 1 stc Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (GP).
“CALLING ALL BELIEBERS. Yes, it’s true! @JustinBieber is headlining the stc Saudi Arabian GP post-race concert on Sunday 5 December at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit!” the F1 stc Saudi Arabian Grand Prix GP said in a tweet.
CALLING ALL BELIEBERS 🚨— F1 stc Saudi Arabian GP (@SaudiArabianGP) October 8, 2021
Yes, it’s true! @JustinBieber is headlining the stc #SaudiArabianGP post-race concert on Sunday 5 December at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit!
Grab your ticket now via the link: https://t.co/RGQ6Gy2wOv
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David Guetta and ASAP Rocky will be performing on December 5 at the F1 stc Saudi Arabian GP as well.
On December 4, Jason Derulo and Tiesto are set to headline a concert on the sidelines of the race.
Tickets can be purchased at http://tickets.saudiarabiangp.com
The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix will be held in the Kingdom for the first time from December 3 to 5 in the Jeddah Corniche.
2020: Crowned the World’s No.1 DJ— F1 stc Saudi Arabian GP (@SaudiArabianGP) October 8, 2021
2021: Coming to Jeddah
Your ticket to the stc #SaudiArabianGP comes with @davidguetta and the fastest street circuit. Get your tickets now for the ultimate #F1 weekend: https://t.co/RGQ6GxKVpV
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The Jeddah Street Circuit is a record-breaking circuit that includes the longest street circuit and the highest number of corners in the history of Formula 1 races, according to the Grand Prix.
“Designed by the world-renowned Hermann Tilke, the Jeddah Street Circuit features several Fl firsts, guaranteed to Inspire the drivers to greater speeds and produce thrilling race action. With a record-breaking 27 corners and 3 Drag Reduction System (DRS) zones for more chances to overtake, Jeddah is set to rewrite the rules of racing,” the Grand Prix website said.