AZF ready to welcome ‘thousands of visitors’
January 30 2018 09:36 PM
Nasser Abdullah al-Hajri
Nasser Abdullah al-Hajri

Doha

Aspire Zone Foundation (AZF) has said it is ready to welcome “thousands of visitors to Qatar’s largest entertainment event”, the Aspire Winter Festival, which opens to the public on Thursday (February 1).

The festival, running until May 1, will feature more than 50 activities and entertainment events “for the whole family to enjoy in one place at Aspire Park, the destination of choice during the welcoming winter months”, AZF has said in a statement.

Commenting on the official launch of the festival, Nasser Abdullah al-Hajri, director of PR and Communication at AZF, said: “AZF has a clear strategy to diversify its entertainment activities and events to attract more families to encourage them to go out and enjoy the outdoors at Aspire Park. We are proud to partner with the Festival Organisation Company to bring this festival to Qatar, where visitors can bask in the warm winter sun and take part in a variety of outdoor fun. It is sure to be a very unique experience."

Festival organisers have brought a number of “unusual and fun” activities for festival attendees, including musical performances, a pop-up art gallery, a pirate treasure hunt, an extreme rush slide, a circus, an extreme race, a 7D cinema, a theatre, a sand pit and many Lego and board games, as well as rock climbing and archery stations, the statement notes.

The festival will also feature a dedicated food and beverages area, featuring more than 14 outlets, as well as 30 shopping outlets introducing international vendors.

The festival will welcome visitors every day from 4pm to 10pm, except on Fridays and Saturdays, when it will be open from 3pm to 10pm.

As part of its corporate social responsibility commitment, AZF has said it will also mark a number of international observances, including World Health Day, Earth Hour, World Youth Day, among others.



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