Will Smith Spotted in Saudi Arabia for World’s Biggest Camel Race
The AlUla Camel Cup is an opulent affair with an unprecedented prize pool of USD 21 million.
Hollywood star Will Smith is in Saudi Arabia for the first time to catch the biggest camel race in the world, alongside Grammy-winning record producer Swizz Beatz, the first American to own a camel racing team in the Kingdom.
It seems like his stint as the Genie in Aladdin gave him a taste for the finer things in the Middle East, because Will Smith was also spotted at AlUla’s cultural centre, Maraya, to visit the vibrant ‘FAME: Andy Warhol’ arts exhibition.
Taking place in AlUla, the AlUla Camel Cup is an opulent affair with an unprecedented prize pool of USD 21 million. Organised in collaboration with the Saudi Camel Racing Federation, the camel tournament honours the Kingdom’s revered sport in its most historic city.