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Drones, fireworks, and costumes at the biggest party in Saudi Arabia

Riyadh’s sky filled with colorful drones and fireworks on the second night of the costume festival on March 18. (Huda Bashatah)
Riyadh’s sky filled with colorful drones and fireworks on the second night of the costume festival on March 18. (Huda Bashatah)
Riyadh’s sky filled with colorful drones and fireworks on the second night of the costume festival on March 18. (Huda Bashatah)
Riyadh’s sky filled with colorful drones and fireworks on the second night of the costume festival on March 18. (Huda Bashatah)
Riyadh’s sky filled with colorful drones and fireworks on the second night of the costume festival on March 18. (Huda Bashatah)
Riyadh’s sky filled with colorful drones and fireworks on the second night of the costume festival on March 18. (Huda Bashatah)
Riyadh’s sky filled with colorful drones and fireworks on the second night of the costume festival on March 18. (Huda Bashatah)
Riyadh’s sky filled with colorful drones and fireworks on the second night of the costume festival on March 18. (Huda Bashatah)
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21 Mar 2022 12:03:54 GMT9
21 Mar 2022 12:03:54 GMT9
  • Concert goers donned costumes and enjoyed Sean Paul’s performance at the Boulevard Plus international arena

Rahaf Jambi

RIYADH: Riyadh’s sky was filled with colorful drones and fireworks on the second night of the costume festival March 18, a night where hundreds of visitors showed up in costumes and to see Sean Paul’s concert at the Boulevard Plus international arena.

The night was filled with the Jamaican’s most popular songs including “No lie,” “Temperature,” “She Doesn’t Mind,” “Got 2 Luv U,” “Get Busy” and many more.

The drones displayed the Saudi emblem of two swords and a palm tree, images of King Salman, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and the Riyadh Season logo in 3D.

When General Entertainment Authority Chairman Turki Al-Sheikh revealed a costume and cosplay party on March 17 and 18 in Boulevard Riyadh City and Winter Wonderland, many people got creative with their costumes, dressing up in costumes all over the city, including restaurant employees.

Al-Sheikh tweeted a video of himself wearing a Homer Simpson mask surrounded by his friends who were also wearing costumes, expressing his happiness at people participating in the event.

Al-Sheikh announced that Riyadh Season had attracted more than 14 million people since its launch last October, with tourists from 125 countries among the visitors.

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