Where to watch Eid Al Adha fireworks in UAE
Venues across Dubai are marking the occasion by lighting up the night skies with spectacular fireworks.
Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), an agency of Dubai Tourism, is excited to announce there will be a blaze of colour in Dubai's night sky with a series of glorious firework displays as part of the 'Eid in Dubai' celebrations. Tourists and residents will be spoilt for choice as they can take their pick from a range of unmissable free firework events across multiple locations in the city to celebrate Eid Al Adha with a bang.
The Beach will be showcasing a spectacular three-day firework show each day between August 21 to August 23 at 9:15pm. Promising to be more extravagant than ever, the shows are the perfect way to spend an evening over the Eid Al Adha break. Plus, exclusive offers at selected outlets means visitors can bag a bargain whilst they marvel at the eye-catching display.
From August, 21 to August, 23 La Mer is hosting a mesmerising firework show from 9.30pm throughout the Eid weekend. Lighting up the evening seaside sky will be a dazzling display of fireworks set to impress every La Mer visitor across the three-day celebration.
Dubai Festival City
Dubai Festival City Mall will be celebrating the joy of Eid Al Adha with not one, but two musical fireworks display each evening at 9.00pm and 10.30pm on August 22 and August 23. To make the most of the celebrations, visitors can arrive early to experience a range of shopping deals throughout the mall or book a restaurant on Festival Bay for dinner and a show, making it an unforgettable event to be enjoyed by all this Eid Al Adha.
Last but by no means least, in honour of Eid Al Adha, Al Seef will be putting on an impressive celebration which promises to light up the sky over the beautiful Dubai Creek throughout the three days of Eid, August 21 to August 23 from 9.00pm each night.
Make your Eid Al Adha extra special with your family and friends by heading to Yas Island to watch the fireworks. Book a spot as fireworks will be displayed every night over the three-day occasion at 9pm. You can also book an evening cruise with on board a traditional dhow. Tour the nearby waterways and watch the firework display from the boat. You can also enjoy your dinners while watching the fireworks at one of the restaurants in the Yas Marina.
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