22.12 2019 12:01h

Here's What Went Down at #MDLBeast

Everyone from celebrities to content creators partied it up in Riyadh this past weekend
MDLBeast, Laila Mourad, Anas Bukhash, Mthayel, Mohamed Karim

It was history in the making as some of the biggest names in Hollywood, content creation and music gathered at the largest music and cultural festival in the Middle East has ever seen.

MDLBeast kicked off on Thursday evening, over with 60,000 attendees dancing the night away to the sounds of more than 100 international DJs like Tiësto, Black Coffee, David Guetta, Steve Aoki and J Balvin to name a few.

They were supported by Cosmicat as the first female DJ from Saudi Arabia, as well as local artists like Baloo, Varoo and Vinyl Mode.

Celebrities like Scott Disick (@letthelordbewithyou), Winnie Harlow (@winnieharlow), Ryan Phillippe (@ryanphillippe), Armie Hammer (@armiehammer) and Alessandra Ambrosio (@alessandraambrosio) could be spotted in the VIP section, dancing away and mingling with other important guests.

Wondering how your favourite content creators celebrated the Middle East's biggest music festival? Check it out below.

Laila Mourad (@lailamourad)

Anas Bukhash (@AnasBukhash)

Mthayel Al Ali (@mthayel)

Mohamed Karim (@mk_mohamedkarim)

What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments below.

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