World Cup News 2022: What else is going on in Qatar except football?
Before and during the World Cup News, tourists may enjoy music festivals, cultural events, and new museums. Qatar, Doha – It’s not only 32 of the world’s top football teams and over a million football fans that will be in World Cup News Qatar this month.
Some of the world’s most renowned entertainers are also on their way to the Gulf Kingdom, which has organized a slew of events and activities to give tourists and inhabitants something other than football at the World Cup News.
Qatar will explode onto the global scene later this month, with an estimated five billion people – more than half the world’s population – tuning in to FIFA World Cup News events. Qatar is keen to put on a show for the rest of the world.
In the 12 years after Qatar was given the hosting rights for the 2022 World Cup, dozens of hotel and recreational complexes have been developed. New entertainment venues, beaches, resorts, museums, and restaurants are all included. During the World Cup, three music events are taking place at the same time. Fans will be treated to performances by the Black Eyed Peas and Armin van Buuren. On Friday, Enrique Iglesias performed at Doha Golf Club, and the same location is slated to welcome Black Eyed Peas.
The Arcadia Festival at the World Cup News, which will include three famous stages and draw over 100 worldwide musicians, will take place from November 19 to December 19, a day after the World Cup final. The event features a 50-tonne fire-breathing Spider and a laser-heavy Reactor stage set. Meanwhile, Daydream Festival is taking over the iconic Doha Golf Club, presenting electronic performers such as Tiesto, Alesso, ATB, and Paul van Dyk.
Last month, Qatar’s famous Museum of Islamic Art reopened to the public. The 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum was among the new attractions for tourists in 2022. More than 1.2 million fans are scheduled to attend the World Cup in Qatar. Approximately 2.9 million tickets have been sold.
Fans visiting Qatar may stay in apartments, hotel rooms, desert camps, villas, fan communities, and even cabins aboard moored cruise ships in the World Cup News. Some supporters will choose to remain in the UAE, Oman, or Iran, travelling in on “shuttle” flights to see the game then returning without spending the night in Qatar.
The country has recorded an increase in foreign visits that is five years high, with 151,000 people arriving in September alone. According to the Qatar Tourism Authority, arrivals from other Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries accounted for 44 percent of total foreign arrivals, topped by Saudi Arabia, which accounted for approximately 30 percent of overall data.
During the World Cup News, Qatar 2022 declared, “Qatar will offer a huge variety of cultural and entertainment choices for the whole family.”
“On the eve of the competition, the nationwide celebration will include more than 90 spectacular activities… The primary activities will include “match watching places, music festivals, cultural exhibitions, and street performances,” according to the announcement.
The Corniche in Doha has been pedestrianized since the beginning of November at the World Cup News, and the 6km (3.7 mile) length of road along the lake “will have a carnival atmosphere involving roaming performances, cultural events, food and beverage vendors, and retail stores.”
Keeping the numbers in mind, Qatar is set to deploy tens of thousands of security personnel to guarantee the World Cup runs well. Morocco, Pakistan, the United Kingdom, Turkey, and NATO are among the nations with whom the host country has inked various security cooperation agreements.