These artists are performing in AlUla for Azimuth 2024

Get ready to party until the sun comes up…

No one thought music festivals would be where Saudi would shine, but massive events like Soundstorm, Balad Beast, and Azimuth have proven that wrong. And now we’re gearing up to welcome Azimuth 2024 in AlUla.

Happening from Thursday September 19 to Saturday 21, the event will kickstart the Saudi National Day celebrations.

This time around, performing beneath the stunning backdrop of Qa’a AlHaj, the AZIMUTH 2024 line-up will surpass the more than 30 incredible local, regional, and international artists who starred in 2023.

The lineup includes world-famous artists like German producer and electronic music star Ben Böhmer, English singer-songwriter James Blake, and French electronic dance duo The Blaze.

You can also look forward to regional sensation Cosmicat alongside Ghostly Kisses, Seth Troxler, Jamie Jones, and Amine K.

More names are expected to drop soon and will follow in the footsteps of previous AZIMUTH headliners like Jason Derulo, The Chainsmokers, and Jorja Smith.

Early bird tickets are already on sale and you can get yours here until Wednesday August 14, starting from SAR 760. Fans can also enjoy discounts of up to 30 per cent with AlUla App purchases or up to per cent if purchasing via ea.com.

Azimuth amplified by MDLBeast is more than a music event; it’s a platform dedicated to nurturing and empowering a vibrant, creative scene in Saudi and for the region. With that in mind, festivalgoers can look forward to an electrifying line-up of local music names, renowned regional artists, and international headliners.

Last year, the massive festival saw Saint Levant, Jorja Smith, along with acclaimed local and regional artists, such as Zone+, Anmarz, DJB10 and renowned DJ Sokkary take the stage.

The two-day musical spectacle promises to set AlUla’s Saudi National Day celebrations ablaze with enthralling performances – from a captivating mix of music genres, such as pulsating techno, house, youthful melodies and calming tunes, to the backdrop of exciting visual and lighting design.

Azimuth 2024, Qa’a AlHaj. @alulamoments