Dubai’s White nightclub to debut in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

The club does not serve alcohol to its patrons

Image used for illustrative purpose only
Image used for illustrative purpose only

Dubai’s nightclub White will make its Saudi Arabia debut today (Thursday, 13 June 2019).

The nightclub that is opening in the city of Jeddah will have singer Ne-Yo headline the event. The US artiste  who is known for hits like ‘Closer’ and ‘Miss Independent’ will perform to a mix crowd of around 2,000 Saudis within the venue that doesn’t serve alcohol.

According to several reports, the brand will function as a high-end café and lounge in Jeddah.

Unlike White in Dubai, the club in Jeddah has a casual dress code, but the club has retained the 18 and above age limit.

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