Nora Fatehi performs during the VidCon in Abu Dhabi.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The inaugural edition of VidCon in Abu Dhabi, the world’s largest celebration of digital creators and online video, officially opened to an excited crowd of fans and online professionals, all keen to meet their favourite featured creators, leading brands and platform innovators. The opening and day two of the four-day, action packed event taking place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) until 6th December were deemed a huge success, with many magical moments throughout the day showcasing creative, informative and exciting ideas for all those in attendance.
Day one closed with a live performance from Bollywood celebrity Nora Fatehi followed by a performance by global music superstar, Nick Jonas.
Day two rounded off with an incredible performance by Good Life singer Kehlani.
The event will feature three signature tracks - Community, Creator, and Industry offering attendees sessions and experiences tailored to their specific interests.
Vidcon Abu Dhabi’s priority is the health and safety of its attendees, sponsors, speakers, creators, and staff.
Organisers are working closely with ADNEC, the National Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) and DCT Abu Dhabi to ensure a positive and COVID-safe Vidcon experience.
Don’t forget to use the official Vidcon Instagram filter to capture your experience Vidcon Abu Dhabi.
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