As the Eid al-Fitr holidays approach, Qatar is gearing up for a bustling calendar filled with a diverse array of interactive, educational, and fun-filled events catering to residents and visitors of all ages and interests.

The highly anticipated Lego Shows Qatar 2024 is kicking off the holiday season, set to enthrall families at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC) from April 10 to 25.

Organised by Visit Qatar, this event promises an immersive experience into the world of Lego with 26 creatively themed areas covering more than 10,000sqm. The event is crafted to appeal to guests of every age, boasting various interactive zones, life-size Lego Minifigure characters, and a wide selection of dining and hospitality choices.

Exciting features include captivating Lego themes, interactive zones, life-size Lego figures, an inflatable bricks bounce park, and delectable culinary offerings.

Msheireb joins in the festive spirit with the Al Sikka Eid Festival at Sikkat Wadi Msheireb, running from April 10 to 28. The festival will feature theatrical performances, interactive games, and diverse competitions, promising entertainment for the whole family.

The Old Doha Port will host the Coffee Tea & Chocolate Festival 2024 from April 11 to 20, giving beverage and chocolate connoisseurs a variety of offerings and indulging them in the finer delights of these culinary treasures.

On April 12, The Lion King Live in Concert is expected to captivate audiences at QNCC’s Al Mayassa Theatre. With a live musical performance of the timeless classic film, accompanied by a live orchestra, organisers promise an enchanting celebration of Disney’s beloved tale.

Sports enthusiasts can witness extraordinary athleticism at the Al Maha Island Aquathlon on April 13. Hosted by the Qatari Triathlon Club, participants can engage in excitement on one of Qatar’s newest tourist islands.

From April 15 to 22, the National Museum of Qatar will offer themed tours, providing participants with insights into the social practices, customs, and festivities associated with Eid al-Fitr.

The second edition of Technology Education Finance Fashion Art (Teffa) 2024, set from April 16 to 18, will explore the transformative impact of artificial intelligence (AI) across various domains of life. Themed “Ai R Evolution”, this must-attend event for those interested in the future of technology will feature panel discussions, workshops, and live performances.

Marking 15 years of exceptional music-making, the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra will deliver an extraordinary performance from April 18 to 20 at QNCC’s Auditorium 3. Led by conductor Elias Grandy, the festival will feature solo repertoire from renowned composers and highlight the orchestra's international journey.

Meanwhile, artistic gymnastics enthusiasts can witness world-class performances at the 16th FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup Taishan from April 19 to 20 at the Aspire Ladies Sports Hall.

From April 30 to May 2, the Autonomous e-Mobility Forum at QNCC will provide a platform for experts to discuss the future of driverless e-mobility, addressing technological and policy challenges.
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