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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

A PUBLIC CONCERT WAS HELD IN SAUDI ARABIA, IS THIS THE START THAT THEY WILL BE OPEN?





This Saudi Arabia public concert after many years, a public concert was staged by Rotana, a company owned mostly by Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal.

The concert venue was the majestic King Abdullah Sports City — Al-Jawhara, a magnificent stadium built and named after the last King Abdullah. The concert attendance said to consist of 8,000 young and older men. It lasted for 6 hours of singing and performance by Arab artists and singers, including the prominent Saudi star Mohammed Abdu and two other well-known singers in the Middle East, Rabeh Sager and the Iraqi-Saudi singer Majid Al-Muhandis. They will be accompanied by the Egyptian orchestra of about 60 musicians led by maestro Walid Fayed. Watch the videos below.




Saudi Arabia is known for its conservative brand of Islam, mostly because of Wahhabi scholars who control a big part of the kingdom's legal system. The state has tried for a decade to foster a more moderate reading of Wahhabi teachings - and is stepping up it's pace as economic pressure to open up the country mounts. As they held their first large concert shows that things are changing.


Saudis attended the concert in Jeddah on January 30, 2017. Saudi Arabia's 'Paul McCartney' took to the stage as the Kingdom seeks to boost entertainment despite religious warnings of 'depravity.' The performance was the first major concert in seven years in the kingdom's second city, according to Arab News. The portraits shoe King Salman bin Abdulaziz (C), Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef (R), and deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. (AMEER ALHALBI/AFP/Getty Images)