Beirut's nightlife has always received international praise for being the biggest and brightest in the region ... and now the city is taking its party reputation one step further.
In collaboration with Nurai Beirut, a nightclub located in Monot Steet, Beirut, Lebanon's Ministry of Tourism is holding a 56-hour long party.
The two-day-and-a-half event plans to break the Guinness World Record for the longest continuous party, a record previously held by Dublin, Ireland that saw people partying for 54 hours non-stop.
"Nurai Beirut was chosen by the Ministry of Tourism to conduct a 56 hours non-stop live bands event to break the Guinness records worldwide!" the Beirut-based nightclub tweeted.
The event is set to take place between Aug. 28 and Aug. 30.
The party will be monitored by the Guinness World Record committee to ensure all guidelines are met.
Artists, live bands, singers, and DJs will be performing non-stop at the event.
The Ministry of Tourism will provide transportation to and from the location.