Enjoy FWC match screenings in Dubai this weekend
Sheikh Zayed Festival, Arab Language Day, and a lot of things are being arranged in Abu Dhabi.
Dubai ( UAE Urdu News – Maham Siddiqui )
The Capital of UAE is arranging many fun-filled activities and celebrations for residents and visitors to enjoy with their families. It includes concerts, FIFA world cup screenings, Arab Language Day celebrations, fireworks, and much more entertainment for everyone.
The Mother of the Nation festival will be on Sunday in Abu Dhabi. The concert will take place on Saturday in which an Egyptian artist Mohamed Hamaki will entertain the audience. A famous band from Kuwait, The Miami Band will perform on the final day.
Besides the concert, the visitors can also enjoy food stalls, artwork, an amusement park for kids, a thrill zone, so many rides, and much more fun at the Mother of the Nation festival.
Emirati, and Japanese bands, and fireworks
At Sheikh Zayed Festival Al Wathba, an Emirati drumming band “Kharsha” along with a Japanese drumming band “Sai” will perform live music to entertain the public at the festival. A big and alluring firework is also scheduled around 10 pm. The FIFA world cup screening will be live at the festival.
Indian classical music
A famous singer of Indian classical music, Shujaat Khan, will be there to perform live at the Cultural Foundation starting at 8 pm. He is a great sitar player. For the first time, he will perform in Abu Dhabi along with the leading tabla performers Nihar Mehta and Amit Choubey.
Arab Language Day
An Arab Language Day is going to celebrate on Sunday at Umm Al Emarat park. A collection of Arabic books will be on display by Bait Al Arabi. The visitors can also purchase the books. Calligraphy workshops and Arabic quizzes will also be there for visitors to participate in and win.
Puppet shows and storytelling shows will also be there for kids. These two days of the weekend are filled with joy and fun that should not be missed by the visitors and residents. Go and enjoy the festival with your loved ones.