The closing ceremony of the World Cup in Qatar is just around the corner, and fans can look forward to performances by some of the biggest names in music. The ceremony, which will take place tomorrow at Lusail Stadium, will feature performances by Ozuna, Gims, and Davido, among others.
FIFA has described the closing ceremony as a "night to remember" and emphasized that it will featuresongs that marked the unforgettable moments of the tournament. It's sure to be a night full of excitement and entertainment, as some of the biggest names in music come together to celebrate the end of the World Cup.
Nigerian-American musician Davido will headline the event, performing "Hayya Hayya (Better Together)", which is part of the World Cup's official soundtrack. Davido is known for his Afrobeat-infused pop music, which has made him one of the biggest artists in Africa.
He has released a number of successful singles and albums, and is sure to bring his energetic style to the closing ceremony. Indian actress and musician Nora Fatehi will also be performing at the ceremony, alongside an all-female lineup that includes Balqees, Rahma Riad, and Manal.
Fatehi is known for her work in both the film and music industries, and has appeared in a number of Bollywood movies. She will be performing "Light the Sky", a song that celebrates the spirit of unity and togetherness. Puerto Rican star Ozuna and French rapper Gims will also be performing at the closing ceremony, presenting their song "Arhbo".
The song, which is named after the local slang term for "welcome" in Qatar, is part of the championship's official soundtrack and embodies the welcoming spirit of the country that hosted the World Cup. In addition to the performances, the closing ceremony will also include the traditional trophy presentation, where the winning team will be honored and awarded the coveted trophy.
It's sure to be an emotional moment for the players, as they celebrate their victory on the biggest stage in football. Overall, the closing ceremony of the World Cup in Qatar promises to be a night full of excitement and celebration, as some of the biggest names in music come together to mark the end of the tournament.
Whether you're a die-hard football fan or just a music lover, there's sure to be something for everyone at the ceremony.