FIFA reveals sites for World Cup fan viewing parties

Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana Beach and Dubai Harbour in the United Arab Emirates are two of six places across the world hosting

Sao Paulo's Anhangaba Valley, and downtown nightlife locations in London and Seoul, South Korea.

Electronic music events from Saudi Arabia and England have also been engaged by the organizers to play throughout the competition.

At the locations co-organized by FIFA and long-time World Cup sponsor AB InBev, which makes the Budweiser, Corona, and Brahma brands, 

Some activities will be free to attend, while others will need a fee, FIFA announced on Monday.

FIFA also published further information about music activities scheduled in Qatar during the tournament

Aravia, an electronic music festival organized by a Saudi ArabiAa  will take place at a 5,500-capacity venue in Al Wakrah.

It will be built on a 15,000-person capacity location in Ras Bu Fontas,

adjacent to Doha's new international airport on the Persian Gulf.