VIDEO: Trance Music Flooded the Streets of Saudi Arabia for Saudi National Day

 

For the first time in the streets of one of the most conservative countries in the world, trance music was played to celebrate Saudi National Day.

 

Via arab news

 

In celebration of the country’s 87th National Day which happened last Saturday, all roads in the capital and other important cities have been covered with green flags and posters of King Salman and Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman, Deputy Premier and Minister of Defense.

 

Via alarabiya

 

This year, the General Entertainment Authority (GEA) is hosting 27 diverse festivities across 17 cities within Saudi Arabia to mark the National Day, all these programs and events are planned in line with the Vision 2030.

 

Celebrations with the motto of “Strengthening Social Bonds,” began on Thursday and will run through Monday in Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, Hail, Alkhobar, Jazan, Abha, Onaiza, Tabuk, Sakaka, Jubail, Yanbu, Hafr Al-Batain, Hofuf, Madinah and Najran.

 

 

WE SAID THIS: We hope this is a legitimate move towards a more modernized state; as we just reported a few weeks ago about a boy getting arrested for dancing “Macarena” in the streets. 

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