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Celebrate UAE National Day with a vibrant display of colors as fireworks light up the Dubai sky on December 2 in honor of this momentous occasion.
Organized by Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), the UAE National Day celebrations in Dubai will run from December 2 to 11, providing ten full days for residents and visitors to enjoy the festivities.
Visit some of the city’s most iconic locations on December 2 to get the best views of the stunning fireworks shows and displays across the city.
Head to Al Seef at 8pm to see the sky glistening in the UAE colors and sample some traditional offerings from the many market stalls and eateries.
The Pointe will host a stunning National Day fireworks and fountain show at 9pm on December 2, with a whole host of activities in the event plaza that are perfect for entertaining the children.
Catch the illuminating fireworks displays by The Beach, opposite JBR and Bluewaters, at 8pm on National Day. Don’t miss out on the delicious food and beverages available across these destinations, and take advantage of the special offers from December 2 to 4.
Celebrate UAE National Day with Dubai Festival City Mall kicking off with a concert by A-lister artist Fayez Al Saeed starting at 8pm, along with a specially choreographed IMAGINE fireworks show at 9pm that will light up the sky in the colors of the UAE flag, before ending the night with a thrilling performance by DJ Bliss at 9:15 PM.
Every year, UAE National Day is celebrated on December 2 to mark the official formation of the nation and the start of the federal unification of The Emirates in 1971.
To join in the UAE National Day celebrations, check out nationaldaydubai.com for more information and @CelebrateDubai and @StyledbyDubai on social media channels. PR/ Expat Media
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