Abu Dhabi, UAESunday 18 August 2019

Where to watch Eid Al Adha fireworks 2018

It's nearly that time of year again. Should you go to watch the fireworks, allow yourself plenty of time to get there as all venues are likely to be extremely busy

Courtesy Meraas
Courtesy Meraas

Eid Al Adha is set to fall on August 21 this year, and it's going to be celebrated with a bang. We give you a round-up of where to watch the fireworks displays.


Abu Dhabi

Yas Marina Fireworks

Yas Marina presents three days of festivities to celebrate Eid Al Adha, including a variety of culinary experiences from the marina’s restaurants and food trucks, as well as fireworks at 9pm daily and a one-hour fireworks fun cruise with Captain Tony’s.

Eid Al Adha, ongoing, 8.30pm to 9.30pm for the fireworks cruise, from Dh100 per adult; from Dh50 for children aged 6 to 12; 9pm for the fireworks, Yas Marina, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, www.yasmarina.ae


Meraas Fireworks

Spend the day at the Meraas waterfront destinations, The Beach, Al Seef and La Mer, over the three days of Eid Al Adha and enjoy fireworks displays every night. The Beach offers a bustling seaside venue with shops, food, watersports and walkways. The quaint Al Seef is a 1.8-kilometre creekside promenade with two distinct heritage areas, a marina and markets. The laid-back vibe at La Mer includes dining, shopping and leisure in three areas across 2.5 kilometres of pristine beach, with a waterpark and inflatable playground.

Eid Al Adha, ongoing, 9pm daily for fireworks, The Beach, Al Seef and La Mer, Dubai, www.thebeach.ae; www.alseef.ae; www.lamerdubai.ae

Dubai Festival City

Dubai's Festival City will be celebrating with two days of musical fireworks displays.

August 22 and 23 at 9pm and 10.30pm


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Updated: August 12, 2018 03:11 PM