The Dubai Festival City Mall.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
DUBAI – After a six-month lull, the Dubai Festival City Mall’s Imagine light and sound show will relaunch this Thursday (September 24) with a magnificent firework display and an exclusive medley that won the people’s vote.
The record-breaking visual and sensory show on Festival Bay will relaunch to mark the start of the second edition of the Dubai Home Festival. It is open to everyone for free.
The Imagine show will start at 7pm, followed by a firework display at 9pm. Imagine will debut with an new exclusive Baby Shark medley, which shoppers voted as their number one choice of song.
The Imagine show combines lasers, light, fire and water to tell remarkable, emotive stories.
The state-of-the-art show seamlessly fuses technology and art and has earned two Guinness World Records for the largest water screen projection and the largest permanent projection mapping.
Imagine uses surround sound to deliver a 360-degree story to emotionally connect with audiences and produce a show like never seen before
New for this year, the shows will now feature specially created bespoke content such as a 3D effect mapping show with enhanced and choreographed laser, light and brand-new musical fountain shows featuring popular hits such as C’est La Vie, Jai Ho and Imagine.
Lasting around four minutes each, the shows will change often to celebrate key moments in the calendar such as National Day, Festive and New Year’s Eve.
The shows will start from 7pm and play every half an hour until 10pm on weekdays and 11pm on weekends featuring loved favourites such as Hathi’s Garden and a Pirate’s Tale, combined with new dynamic water and laser shows. ICA/Expat Media
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