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What To Know About The 2022 World Cup At Qatar

By Chinelo Eze
16 November 2022   |   1:15 pm
The anticipated 2022 World Cup to be held in Qatar has a lot in the plan for tourists and players alike to enjoy the World Cup. Here is What you need to know about the opening ceremony before the World Cup in Qatar, which runs from November 20th to December 18th. The World Cup's inaugural…

Qatari officials have promised a successful World Cup despite the West’s misgivings.

The anticipated 2022 World Cup to be held in Qatar has a lot in the plan for tourists and players alike to enjoy the World Cup. Here is What you need to know about the opening ceremony before the World Cup in Qatar, which runs from November 20th to December 18th.

The World Cup’s inaugural ceremony will take place on November 20 before the tournament’s first Group A match between hosts Qatar and Ecuador.

The opening ceremony will start at 1400 GMT.

The opening ceremony was originally scheduled to take place before Qatar’s first game on November 21, which would have resulted in the unique circumstance of two games taking place before it. The first game was then moved up by a day.

At the opening ceremony, who will perform? The complete lineup of artists for the 2022 World Cup opening ceremony has not yet been released by FIFA.

One of the boy band’s seven members, Jungkook, will perform during the ceremony, according to South Korea’s BTS.

The Black Eyed Peas, Robbie Williams, Nora Fatehi, and Colombian pop artist Shakira, who performed the official song of the 2010 World Cup, are reportedly among the other performers at the opening ceremony, according to The Telegraph.

According to a rumour, British artist Dua Lipa was not going to perform at the ceremony.

Singer Rod Stewart admitted to The Times that he had declined a gig in Qatar for which he had been offered almost $1 million.

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