#RamadanVibes brings to life the ultimate Ramadan spirit virtually, giving the TikTok community the opportunity to stay entertained, connect with friends and families, learn new tasty recipes for Iftar and Suhoor and learn new skills

Dubai, UAE: TikTok, the leading short-form video platform, is bringing the Ramadan spirit to the platform by taking the MENA community on a journey through entertainment, learning and a staple of Ramadan, food! 

Starting this week and until the end of the Holy Month, Ramadan lives on TikTok with a jammed pack schedule helping TikTok creators celebrate key Ramadan traditions from Fawazeer, soaps, dramas to tasty and mouthwatering recipes. 

“Last year, we saw people embrace the spirit of Ramdan on TikTok and come together virtually to celebrate key traditions. As our community couldn’t gather with their families and friends in line with the COVID-19 restrictions, TikTok truly became the platform where Ramadan traditions lived on. This year, we are building on those traditions to offer our creators a space for celebration, gratitude and entertainment. We’re really excited for what we have in store for our TikTok community in the MENA region and invite our community to join us as we celebrate the Holy Month under #RamadanVibes,” said Rami Zeidan, Head of Video and Creative at TikTok. 

TikTok has a lot to offer this Ramadan from LIVE events, activities and exciting in-app challenges:  

Ramadan Kareem on TikTok Live:

TikTok Live will offer a full slate of live streams to celebrate Ramadan

Soaps and Dramas on TikTok: 

About TikTok:

TikTok is the leading destination for short-form mobile video. Our mission is to inspire creativity and bring joy.

TikTok has global offices including Los Angeles, New York, London, Paris, Berlin, Dubai, Mumbai, Singapore, Jakarta, Seoul, and Tokyo.

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