Afrojack to perform live at Bahrain F1
Manama, April 3, 2014
Two-time Grammy award-winner and DJ Afrojack will perform live at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) this weekend.
The concert is a part of world-class entertainment put together by BIC for this year's Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix, which will commemorate the circuit's 10th anniversary, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
Afrojack is a chart-topping musician who has collaborated with artists like Madonna, Beyonce, Chris Brown, Pitbull, Ne-Yo, Leona Lewis, David Guetta and many more.
The show will be held at BIC F1 Village vending area on Saturday (April 5) from 9.30pm.
Afrojack won Grammy Awards for his work on Madonna's Revolver in 2011 and for Chris Brown's Look At Me Now in 2012.
One of the most notable and iconic names in electronic dance music today, Afrojack has produced and co-written worldwide smash hits such as Take Over Control, Titanium, Run The World and Give Me Everything.
The 26-year-old Dutch talent has appeared on the Billboard chart many times, including hitting number one for his work on Give Me Everything with Pitbull, Ne-Yo and Nayer.
The track also found a place on the US Billboard Hot 100 charts.
Afrojack has performed at many of the world's iconic music festivals, including EDC New York, EDC Las Vegas, Tomorrowland, Coachella and Ultra.
On October 5 last year, he made history as the second DJ ever to place his hand prints in the historic Hollywood Walk of Fame.
He recently released his new single Ten Feet Tall from his forthcoming album, which premiered to the world when it aired during a Super Bowl commercial on February 2.
Tickets to the 2014 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix can be purchased at the BIC stands in Bahrain City Centre or Seef Mall; online at www.bahraingp.com or by calling +973-17-450000.
Tickets range from BD150 ($395.6) for all three days at the Main Grandstand to BD60 for three days at the University and Victory Grandstands.
Three-day tickets for the Batelco Grandstand are BD120 apiece while tickets for the Turn One Grandstand are priced at BD100.
Children aged three to 12 can get tickets at 50 per cent off, while students aged 13 to 17 can get a 25 per cent reduction.
Further, senior citizens aged 60 and above and those with special needs can purchase a ticket with a 25 per cent discount. - TradeArabia News Service