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Marshmello, Pitbull, Shaggy and Don Omar perform at the Diriyah Music Festival

The Third Diriyah Music Festival in Saudi Arabia witnessed a night full of entertainment where the audience enjoyed a concert by Pitbull, Shaggy, Don Omar and DJ Marshmello.

The historic Diriyah Music Festival started with reggaeton's international star, Don Omar, who presented some of his most famous songs and was followed by the international award-winning artist Shaggy, who ignited the enthusiasm of the public by performing a number of his famous songs, including “It Wasn't Me.”

The international DJ "Marshmello" took the stage to present a collection of songs accompanied by scintillating visual effects that captivated the audience.

The international singer "Pitbull" aka "Mister International", returned for the second time this year to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and presented one of the most enjoyable performances in the concert where the audience interacted with enthusiasm as he performed a medley of songs such as "Give Me Everything,"  “Timber” and “Time of our Lives.”

This is the third concert of the Diriyah Music Festival, which includes concerts by Lil Wayne, Taiga and Future. The organizers of the Diriyah season also announced the names of international artists like Asher, Chris Brown and Akonwho will be performing next week.

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