Incredible line-up of music stars set for inaugural Saudia Ad Diriyah Grand Prix

The Black Eyed Peas, Jason Derulo, David Guetta and Enrique Iglesias on the bill

Incredible line-up of music stars set for inaugural Saudia Ad Diriyah Grand Prix

A galaxy of music stars have signed up to perform at a three-day bonanza for the first ever Saudia Ad Diriyah Grand Prix.

Six of the biggest music acts on the planet will perform for fans in near Riyadh in Saudi Arabia to mark the occasion.

The Black Eyed Peas, Jason Derulo, David Guetta and Enrique Iglesias are among the first acts signed up for the festival to celebrate Formula E's debut in the Middle East.

While US stars One Republic and Arab music legend Amr Diab will also take to the stage in the biggest line-up of music ever seen in the Kingdom.

On Thursday, December 13, headline act Enrique Iglesias will exhilarate with scintillating pop and dance anthems, such as Hero and Tonight, amongst many more.

He will follow R&B sensation Jason Derulo, who will warm up the crowd for the first gig.

On Friday, December 14, Hip-Hop legends The Black Eyed Peas will headline the Ad Diriyah stage.

In addition, there is sure to be plenty of love for Arab music hero Amr Diab.

The Egyptian vocalist and songwriter is renowned in the region and has been honoured multiple times as the best Middle Eastern artist in the World Music Awards.

And after the Formula E race day on December 15, One Republic and David Guetta have the honour of rounding off the action.

The Saudia Ad Diriyah E-Prix is the first in a 10-year partnership between ABB FIA Formula E and the General Sports Authority of Saudi Arabia (GSA) and the Saudi Arabian Motor Federation (SAMF).

For more information about Saudia Ad Diriyah E-Prix, including schedule and tickets, visit:

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