Big Sean, Future and Trey Songz's F1 after-parties

The F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after-parties will see Big Sean, Future and Trey Songz's make appearances

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Three big American music artists are to entertain the nightlife crowd during Formula 1’s big weekend.

Big Sean, Future and Trey Songz will be popping up to entertain the Abu Dhabi crowds when international brands Cirque Le Soir and 1 Oak take over Rush Club.

RnB singer Trey is likely to get those in attendance excited about hearing his tracks ‘Can’t Help But Wait’ and ‘Neighbors Know My Name’ when he shows up on the Friday November 27.

Clubbers will of course also get to enjoy the usual circus fueled antics that go on in the Dubai venue.

Meanwhile Big Sean and Future’s gigs will be at 1 Oak, a venue popular with celebrities in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New York.

Real name Sean Anderson, 27-year-old Big Sean has hits such as ‘I Do It’ to keep those partying into the night constantly on their feet dancing. Fingers crossed his appearance on Saturday may also see fellow rapper Nicki Minaj show up. His collaborator on ‘Dance’ recently visited Dubai to support her fellow music pal Meek Mill.

Finally, Future – real name Nayvadius Wilburn – will end the F1 festivities on the Sunday night at 1 Oak. The ‘Tony Montana’ hitmaker’s debut album Pluto, landed in 2012 and featured valuable input from Snoop Dogg, T.I., and Juicy J.

The afterparties make a great additional touch to those attending other event in Abu Dhabi that weekend.

Beats on the Beach concerts will see J.Cole on November 27 and Faithless November 28.

Plus Blur, Florence + The Machine and Enrique Iglesias have been announced as the headline acts of this year's Yasalam festival in Abu Dhabi, the entertainment arm of the F1 Grand Prix weekend in the capital.

The huge acts will play to 60,000 people on November 29, 28 and 27 respectively.

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