The Rich List star-studded luxury soiree 2022 will be even bigger and better

For the last eight years, leading global events creator, The Rich List has brought the glam to Abu Dhabi Race Weekend with a star-studded luxury soiree, and 2022 will be even bigger and better.

For the last eight years, leading global events creator, The Rich List has brought the glam to Abu Dhabi Race Weekend with a star-studded luxury soiree, and 2022 will be even bigger and better.

Supported by cryptocurrency exchange and headline sponsor FTX, this year’s Abu Dhabi Race Weekend event will see more than 3,500 people join international DJs and A-list musicians at the exquisite Palm Garden in the W Hotel from Thursday, November 17 through to Sunday night at the race after party.

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The line-up includes the legendary ‘Be Faithful’ rap artist Fatman Scoop, with more exciting names to be announced in the lead-up to the race weekend.

If you’re a fan of Formula 1, fantastic music, or would like to have an unforgettable evening in top company and luxury surroundings, it’s the place to be.

A worthwhile cause will also be taking place at this year’s event. Following the success of their joint event in 2021, Hoko has again partnered with UAE charity Dream Ball to host a fundraising gala.

A long-running national institution in its own right, Dream Ball is supported by many of the most significant people in the UAE. The charity raises money to support worthwhile causes through an evening of glitz, glamour, and fine entertainment.

Amongst other prestigious guests, this year’s Dream Ball will be attended by Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN’s star drivers, Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu.

Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN is partnered with supporting sponsor Everdome, the world’s most hyper-realistic metaverse, making them the first F1 team to enter the metaverse.

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The Rich List will also bring a spectacular first to this year’s event, with the inaugural Middle East Blockchain Awards on Friday, November 18.

The awards, known as MEBA, will celebrate people and achievements in Web 3.0, fintech, and blockchain, bringing together experts in the field to celebrate their accomplishments and successes of 2022.

Tariq Saeed

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