Organizers are touting Coma as the first dance music festival in the region.
The United Arab Emirates finally has an electronic music festival.
Coma, which is set to take place on November 14th is being touted as the first festival of its kind in the area. As one of the richest countries in the world, that's a bit hard to believe, but we'll take their word for it. Besides, who wants to quibble when you have a lineup that includes Sandy Rivera, Meat Katie, Wally Lopez, Nic Fanciulli, ATB, Marco V, Cosmic Gate and more?
As if that wasn't enough, the shindig is set to go down on an island twenty minutes from the coast of Abu Dhabi on a private island called Al Maya that will be open to the public for the event. In other words, for 16 hours you too can live like an oil magnate.
If you really want to complete the weekend in style, you can also make your way to day two of the festival in your private jet. That's right: the second leg of Coma will take place in an entirely different country. (Lebanon, to be exact.) Featuring Christopher Lawrence, John Acquaviva and Wally Lopez, the party will continue in Beirut at the Forum De Beyrouth. As Lopez is pulling double duty over the weekend, we recommend you stick with him to find your way.