The global music festival All Day I Dream is coming to Saudi Arabia’s ancient oasis city AlUla as part of the AlUla Wellness Festival. Here are six things to expect.
What to expect at Saudi Arabia’s All Day I Dream
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The event, known for its championing of house and techno music, will take place on Oct. 20. The venue opens at 4:30 p.m., the first performance starts at 6 p.m. and the last performance starts at midnight.
This is the first time the All Day I Dream festival will be held in the Kingdom. “Dance-friendly outfit(s), bohemian-style attire and garments such as kimonos, dusters, and sheer skirts are recommended,” according to organizers.
The lineup of performers will include Lee Burridge, a British DJ and producer who takes his storytelling musical style worldwide.
Matthew Dekay will also perform at the festival. The DJ and producer reshaped the electronic music scene with his innovative soundscapes and captivating shows.
Burridge and Dekay will be joined by Fulltone. The musician and producer defies musical conventions to craft sonic landscapes that transcend genres.
The electronic music maestro creates intricate soundscapes by fusing deep melodic grooves layered with hypnotic, emotional beats.