Highlights of the FIFA World Cup 2022 Opening Ceremony

The opening presentation also featured the performance of a new tournament song called 'Dreamers,' which featured Jungkook of K-pop boy band BTS and Qatari artist Fahad Al-Kubaisi.

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 Jung Kook of BTS performs for football fans during Qatar's fiesta.

The FIFA World Cup 2022 began on Sunday in Qatar with a lavish opening ceremony including worldwide personalities. The event began with the dulcet voice of American actor Morgan Freeman and an Arabian motif featuring camels.

The opening presentation also featured the performance of a new tournament song called 'Dreamers,' which featured Jungkook of K-pop boy band BTS and Qatari artist Fahad Al-Kubaisi.

The FIFA World Cup 2022 began on Sunday in Qatar with a lavish opening ceremony including worldwide personalities. The event began with the dulcet voice of American actor Morgan Freeman and an Arabian motif featuring camels.

Qatar's Emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, arrived at the stadium to a screaming throng, escorted by FIFA President Gianni Infantino. The tournament's opening ceremony and debut match were also attended by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

The opening presentation also featured the performance of a new tournament song called 'Dreamers,' which featured Jungkook of K-pop boy band BTS and Qatari artist Fahad Al-Kubaisi. Qatar is also the smallest country to hold soccer's largest global event. With 1.2 million tourists expected - more than a third of the country's population - crowd management will be critical.

Beer sales were prohibited two days before the World Cup's opening ceremony. Visitors at the FIFA Fan Festival in downtown Doha, on the other hand, were seen enjoying beers. However, beyond the municipal limits, hundreds of employees congregated in a sports stadium in an industrial zone, without alcohol.

Due to congestion, thousands of fans were turned away from a Saturday night concert in the designated fan zone. According to projections, over 1.2 million guests are anticipated to arrive in the tiny Arabian Peninsula nation this week.

Qatar, which has a population of 3 million people, the majority of whom are migrant laborers, has spent more than $200 billion on preparations for the event. Seven additional purpose-built venues have been added, including the 60,000-seat Al Bayt Stadium, which held the opening ceremony and the first match on Sunday.

While Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman was equally amazing with his message of hope, unity, and tolerance, BTS singer Jung Kook stole the show during the opening ceremony with his new song, "Dreamers." On Sunday, the celebration began with a cultural performance at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar, before all of the World Cup songs were sung. The venue's lighting design and music were both amazing. The audience in the arena had a great time watching Morgan Freeman and Jung Kook perform.

The FIFA World Cup 2022 opening ceremony began with thunderous acclaim from the fans at the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar. Everything began after a 30-second countdown. The World Cup trophy was presented to the fans by French hero Marcel Desailly prior to the opening ceremony. Fans applauded excitedly as the former football player raised the trophy to show them.

To kick off the opening ceremony, the Al Bayt Stadium presented a cultural performance. Morgan Freeman was one of the key attractions during the FIFA World Cup 2022 opening ceremony. He and his acting captivated the audience at Al Bayt Stadium. Following Morgan Freeman, mascots from previous FIFA World Cups filled the stadium. A mashup of songs from previous FIFA World Cups was played at the same time.

There was also some stunning lighting on display. Following some incredible lightsaber displays and FIFA World Cup songs, BTS vocalist Jung Kook made his way to the stage to rousing applause. He sang the song "Dreamers" with Qatari vocalist Fahad Al Kubaisi. Jung Kook's spectacular performance wowed the audience.

Following Jung Kook's performance, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani welcomed the globe to Qatar for FIFA's massive celebration. The FIFA World Cup 2022 opening ceremony concluded with fireworks at the Al Bayt Stadium, formally declaring the World Cup 2022 open.

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