BeyoncE[umlaut] opens the Grand Prix race weekend with stunning performance in Abu Dhabi as Flash's Yasalam after-race concerts kick into gear on Yas Island.
The phenomenally successful American R&B artist BeyoncE[umlaut] wowed the crowds and turned on an action-packed performance in front of over 40,000 spectators to launch the Yasalam after-race concerts on Yas Island, presented by Flash Entertainment.
Grand Prix ticket holders enjoyed the perfect opening to the race weekend action as BeyoncE[umlaut] performed some of her hits including Crazy in Love, If I were a boy and Sweet Dreams.
John Lickrish, Managing Director, Flash Entertainment said:
"When Flash Entertainment launched the Yasalam programme we set out with the intention of creating something unique, something to bring the whole community together to celebrate our wonderful city.
"The climax to the Formula 1ao season deserves something very special to accompany it and tonight's first Yasalam after-race concert undoubtedly provided that. BeyoncE[umlaut]'s performance tonight was simply amazing and showed just why she is regarded among the world's top artists."
"With three more great acts lined up this weekend, we are all looking forward to continuing the massive Formula 1ao celebrations in Abu Dhabi."
Performing as part of the 'Yasalam on Yas Island' celebrations, BeyoncE[umlaut] is the first of a star-studded line-up of the world's best musical talent who are performing over the race weekend. British funk band Jamiroquai are gearing up to play tomorrow (Friday 30th October) followed by American rockers Kings of Leon (31st October) and Aerosmith who will provide the thrilling climax to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday (1st November).
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