Yanni tour extended for 2 additional Dhahran concerts

Greek musician Yanni arrived at King Abdul Aziz International Airport in Jeddah on Tuesday along with his daughter. (Photo courtesy: social media)
Updated 30 November 2017
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Yanni tour extended for 2 additional Dhahran concerts

JEDDAH: Two additional performances by the world musician Yanni will take place at King Abdul Aziz International Cultural Center in Dhahran on Wednesday and Thursday December 6 and 7.
The official General Entertainment Authority (GEA) account on Twitter announced on Wednesday that “Sharqiyyah people we will not let you down; be prepared for Yanni’s concerts and make sure to hurry up and book your tickets through our website or any branch of Virgin Mega Store.”
The number of concerts to be held by the international musician in the Kingdom increased to six; four will be held in Jeddah on Thursday and Friday, November 30 and December 1, and in Riyadh on Sunday and Monday, December3-4.
The two Jeddah concerts will be held at the King Abdullah Economic City, while the GEA announced that it has moved the Riyadh concert site to Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University in response to the increased demand from the public.
Each of Yanni’s six concerts will be two hours, which is longer than the average time he offers on his usual tours. The concerts are categorized as being for families.
Yanni arrived at King Abdul Aziz International Airport in Jeddah on Tuesday along with his daughter.
 


Saudi Royal Air Force plane crashes during training mission northwest of the kingdom

Updated 16 October 2018
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Saudi Royal Air Force plane crashes during training mission northwest of the kingdom

  • An investigation was opened into the cause of the crash of the British-manufactured Hawk
  • All of the crew were killed in the crash

DUBAI: A Saudi Royal Air Force plane crashed on Monday during a training mission in the northwest region, leaving all of its crew dead, an official source at the Ministry of Defense said.

An investigation was opened into the cause of the crash of the British-manufactured Hawk, the ministry said in a statement issued by Saudi state-news agency SPA.