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LOOK: Fireworks schedules across the UAE for New Year’s Eve

by | Feature

Dec. 31, 18 | 7:28 am

If there’s one thing that you just can’t miss during the New Year celebrations, it’s the fun-filled fireworks display that you and your neighbors back in the Philippines used to prepare as the eve of the New year arrives.

The UAE jumps in to celebrate 2019 with several fireworks displays all around town! Here are the top spots that you should check out as the fireworks displays begin by midnight.

Abu Dhabi:

Where: Al Maryah Island
What: Event titled: “The Capital Celebrates” with concerts from Amr Diab and Myriam Fares
Cost: Free; first come, first served on entry for the main concert.

Where: Palace Terrace, Emirates Palace
What: Fireworks display on private beach
Cost: Dh 2,762 (adults) Dh 1,361 (kids aged 6-12)

Where: Yas Island
What: Fireworks display on the island
Cost: Fireworks display is free to view, price varies on set meals per establishment.

Where: Shangri-La Hotel Abu Dhabi, Qaryat Al Beri
What: Celebratory drinks + Fireworks display
Cost: Varies, depending on package deal.

Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium in Al Ain and Madinat Zayed at Al Dhafra region in Abu Dhabi will also be hosting their Fireworks displays.

Dubai:

Where: Global Village
What: 7 Signature Fireworks Shows
Cost: Dh 15 for entrance, fireworks show is free

Where: Burj Khalifa
What: Pyrotechnic Show + Water Music Dance
Cost: Free

Where: Palm Jumeirah Boardwalk
What: Fireworks Displays at Atlantis, the Palm
Cost: Free

Where: Kite Beach near Burj Al Arab
What: Burj Al Arab Fireworks Displays
Cost: Free

Where: Festival Bay
What: 4 Fireworks Display, starts at 9:00 pm
Cost: Free

Sharjah:

Where: Al Qasba
What: Fireworks Display, Al Khan Street, Al Qasba
Cost: Free

Where: Al Majaz Waterfront
What: 10-minute firework display
Cost: Reservation required. Cost varies, depending on dinner package

Ras Al Khaimah:

Where: Al Marjan Island
What: New Year’s Eve party
Cost: Fireworks free to view from three venues next to Al Hamra Village: Al Shohadah Street, Al Marjan Island, and Al Wasl Street between Al Marjan Island and Al Hamra Village. New Year’s Eve event party tickets cost starting Dh 50

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