All Day I Dream music festival is coming to Saudi Arabia

All Day I Dream music festival is coming to Saudi Arabia



The concert is part of the AlUla Wellness Festival.

The temperatures are cooling down which can only mean one thing in the Middle East — a perfect opportunity to venture outdoors. And with that comes a selection of festivals and concerts taking place across the region. While MDLBeast Soundstorm and the AZIMUTH Festival have been pulling crowds, the All Day I Dream event is all set to make its way to AlUla, promising a day of musical brilliance.

Taking place on Friday, 20 October at the Winter Park, the All Day I Dream concert as part of the AlUla Wellness Festival will light up the Kingdom with beautiful structural art, hanging gardens, colourful fabrics, fairy lights and lanterns.

All Day I Dream began in 2011, on a Brooklyn rooftop. Since then, it has become an international sensation drawing crowds. The AlUla edition — going on from 4.30pm until 2am — will see several musical maestros taking the DJ booth. First up is Lee Burridge, the man behind All Day I Dream, who will wow crowds with his techno music. Next up is Matthew Dekay, a visionary DJ who has revolutionised the electronic music scene with his innovative tunes. Other artists in the lineup include Fulltone — a regular at All Day I Dream, whose music pushes boundaries and transcends genres, and Zone+, another electronic music genius who makes the crowd go wild with his hypnotic beats.

The AlUla Wellness Festival brings the world’s best practitioners of meditation under one roof for a truly holistic experience. Expect a relaxing and therapeutic time with views of the beautiful AlUla desert.

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