Katara - the Cultural Village is all set to host annual Eid al-Adha festival. The four-day event will include several shows and activities on the Katara esplanade, designed to attract spectators from Qatar and the region.
The extravaganza will feature a spectacular show inspired by Sinbad, the fictional sailor and hero from One Thousand and One Nights story. The show will be performed three times on Eid, starting 7pm. The second performance will be at 8:15pm. Both the first and second shows will witness giving away ‘Eideya’, a gift usually given to kids as they celebrate Eid. The third show is scheduled at 9:30pm and will be followed by dazzling fireworks marking the end of the daily Eid programme with brilliant showers of colourful lights on Katara Beach at 10:15pm.
Dr Khalid bin Ibrahim al-Sulaiti, general manager, Katara, said, “Katara continues to offer its local and foreign audiences and visitors the best recreational and cultural programmes and experiences. The Cultural Village has an established reputation as a renowned hub and fun house”.
The show will also include several other fun displays such as aerobatics, loops, rolls, and other feats of spectacular flying. The Sinbad show will conclude with his ship reaching the beach of Doha, where a new fun journey to search for the Pearl Island begins.
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