Bahrain Grand Prix 2020: Afrojack announced as Friday night’s act

The Dutch DJ has previously collaborated with Beyoncé and David Guetta

Bahrain Grand Prix 2020: Afrojack announced as Friday night’s act

Dutch DJ Afrojack has been announced as the big Friday night act at the Bahrain Grand Prix 2020.

The producer, who has collaborated with everyone from Beyoncé to David Guetta, is the first artist to be revealed for the event at the Bahrain International Circuit in March.

Everyone who has a ticket for the Bahrain Grand Prix will be able to attend the performance for free.

Other off-track attractions announced include a 42 m high Ferris Wheel, a carousel-like Ghost Rider speed ride, carnival games and kids’ play areas.

Plus, there’ll be a life-sized toy brigade, a Jam Batucada musical show, and BIC favourites Dr Bubbles and Pop the Balloonman will be making a return.

BIC chief executive Shaikh Salman bin Isa Al Khalifa said, “We are truly celebrating in style with Afrojack as our major concert act, together with an amazing mix of other entertainment and racing.

“On the racing side, in addition to F1, we are delighted to be welcoming F3 for the first time, together with the return of F2.

“With 52 cars taking to the grid in these feeder series, drivers will be pushing the limits to prove themselves and progress to the ultimate level of F1.

The final of the Porsche Sprint Challenge Middle East will also be held at BIC during the event which runs from March 19 to March 22 in Sakhir.

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