Beirut is about to host a two-and-a-half-day long party in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for longest party.
There’s one thing everyone should know about the Lebanese capital Beirut, they party like nowhere else in the world. Topping the charts as one of the best party cities in the world is not enough for Beirut anymore, because by the end of August they are going to break the Guinness World Record for longest party
— Nurai Beirut (@NuraiBeirut) August 13, 2017
The Ministry of Tourism of Lebanon has teamed up with Nurai Beirut, a nightclub on Monot Street, to hold a 56-hour long party from August 28 until August 30.
With representatives from the Guinness World Record committee on sight to make sure that the event follows all regulations, the city will attempt to break the previous world record for longest continuous party.
The current record was set by Dublin, Ireland, where 40 dancers kept shaking it for 55 hours in October 2006.
The Ministry itself is providing transportation to and from the location, where an impressive lineup of both local and international artists, live bands, singers, and DJs will be performing non-stop for 56 hours.