on 18 Sunday 2022
The 2022 World Cup in Qatar is coming to an end, and the closing ceremony is just around the corner.
The first-ever Winter World Cup has been watched by billions of people around the world, and a few acts have been announced for the closing ceremony, which coincides with the World Cup Final.
FIFAWCLiveTV.com has put together everything you need to know about the World Cup closing ceremony, like when it will start and who will be performing.
On Sunday, December 18, the day of the World Cup's final game, there will be a closing ceremony.
The Lusail Stadium in Doha, which has a capacity of 80,000 and is the biggest football stadium in Qatar, will host the final event and closing ceremony.
There will be fireworks displays and various parades on December 18 in honor of Qatar National Day.
The 2022 World Cup closing ceremony is expected to start at 1:00 p.m. UK time, and the World Cup 2022 final will begin at 3:00 p.m.
Nora Fatehi, an Indian singer and dancer, will perform during the World Cup closing ceremony; however, FIFA has not yet released the whole roster of artists.
Shakira and Jennifer Lopez, two major pop stars, will both appear in a music video.
Davido, a popular artist from Nigeria, will also be performing. In honor of the Qatar World Cup, he'll be performing the song "Hayya Hayya," which translates to "Happy Together," alongside Trinidad Cardona and Aisha.
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