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April 20 to 23 has been officially declared as day-offs in the UAE, so that everyone can celebrate one of the major national holidays, Eid Al-Fitr. The full moon, signalling the end of fasting and the Holy month of Ramadan, traditionally marks the beginning of great festivities in Abu Dhabi.
During the days of Eid Al-Fitr, there are usually many events in the capital, including exhibitions dedicated to the history of the holiday and associated traditions, special brunches, firework displays, lighting shows and much more. Visitors of the capital will be greeted by a variety of entertainment, attractions and pavilions offering food and drinks.
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A fantastic Eid celebration will take place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC). Visitors will be able to attend free lectures, exhibitions that will be of interest to entire families, as well as a gala concert. During the event, participants can learn about the holiday, enjoy the cuisine and even try henna painting.
Throughout the weekend, unique firework shows will be held all over the capital as well. On April 21, one can admire the show in the sky above the Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium and the Abu Dhabi Corniche. On April 22–24, fireworks will be displayed over Yas Bay at 9 pm.
Additionally, guests and residents of the capital will be able to enjoy musical performances by Abdul Majeed Abdullah at the Etihad Arena on April 23, while Mohamed Ramadan will perform at Yas Links Abu Dhabi on the second day of the celebration. Ticket prices start at AED 435 (USD 118) and AED 220 (USD 60), respectively.
Hotels and restaurants, like Rosewood Abu Dhabi, Hilton Abu Dhabi and Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental, will host exclusive brunches and generous banquets to celebrate the event. Visitors will be welcomed to enjoy traditional dishes like manakish, uzi, al kabsa and many others. The approximate cost for this type of brunch in the restaurants of Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental starts from AED 350 (USD 95).
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