After receiving overwhelming response from visitors during the first 24-hour weekend of Eid in Dubai celebrations, The Dubai Mall, the world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination, is ready to delight and entertain visitors for the next 24-hour weekend of festivities from October 25 to 28, 2012.
The next 24-hour ‘All Night Long’ weekend at the mall will treat visitors to colourful events, traditional Arabian hospitality, roaming entertainment, parades, impressive live performances, children’s workshops, opportunities to win grand prizes, special shopping and dining offers.
The Souk, reflecting on local customs and heritage, will offer passers-by traditional Arabic entertainment such as a Yawela band, Arabic dancers, Tanoura dance, Arabic music band, Falconers, and will offer Henna painting, coffee and fresh juices.
A first in the Middle East, ‘The World of Pinocchio’, an exhibition by Italian artist Bartolucci, will be showcased at Star Atrium featuring children workshops until November 3. Around the same period, fashionistas and artists will love ‘Kellydoscope’ by Hermes, where one can experience the poetry in daily situations with the perspective of being inside an iconic Kelly bag.
A surprise performance will entertain visitors again until late at night at the Fashion Catwalk and the Grand Atrium. Children will love the Carnival Parades and face painters and can participate in painting workshops at the Bloomingdale’s Atrium and much more.
Throughout the celebrations of Eid Al Adha, shoppers spending AED 300 or more will get a chance to win AED 300,000 in National Bonds with the ‘Spend & Win’ promotion valid at all shops, attractions and F&B outlets of The Dubai Mall. By spending after midnight on weekends, customers can double their chances of winning to receive ‘scratch & win’ tickets giving instant prizes such as free access to At The Top, Burj Khalifa and Emaar Retail attractions.
Visitors to The Dubai Mall will also get a chance to benefit from the great Eid special sales and discounts offered on shopping, dining and attractions.