The outdoor event, which ran from April 4 to 7, featured a variety of entertaining programmes that attracted thousands of children and families to the most lively and dynamic community in the heart of The Pearl-Qatar.
Throughout the four-day festival, retail outlets in Medina Centrale welcomed the high influx of residents and visitors who spent quality time between festival activities and the variety of retail and dining offerings that give Medina Centrale its casual feel.
Many families marveled at the flower tunnel.
Visiting families specifically commended the mesmerising flower tunnel structure, which was erected especially for the event, in addition to the roaming parades, stage performances, graffiti artists, and caricaturists. Meanwhile, children were treated to fun train rides, mascot shows, remote-control car racing, face painting, and drawing activities at a dedicated area that featured a playground and a host of workshops.
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