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With pumping hip hop beats and electrifying dancers, Saudi Arabia has launched what's being hailed as an entertainment revolution for the ultra-conservative kingdom, which usually tightly restricts music, dance and theater.Anywhere else, it would have been a normal night out but in a country without public cinemas or theaters, iLuminate's stage show was a rarity.That is about to change, according to the kingdom's General Authority for Entertainment, which has lined up WWE wrestling, Arabs Got Talent performances, a food festival, comedy, Monster Jam motor sports and other events in the coming weeks.Indian national Salman Ziauddin, 30, said that in his eight years in Saudi Arabia he had never seen such a show and hopes there will be more like it.Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, a 31-year-old son of King Salman, is the driving force behind Vision 2030, an economic and social diversification plan which he released in April to wean the kingdom off oil.
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