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Dubai’s Free Firework Shows are Lighting Up Our Ramadan Season

Here are our top picks for displays that are full of Ramadan magic.

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Dubai’s Free Firework Shows are Lighting Up Our Ramadan Season

Sure, you could celebrate Ramadan with lanterns and candles. But what if you want something bigger? For a light show that will have you looking to the heavens, make a trip to one of Dubai’s free firework shows! The dazzling hues and intricate designs of these displays will add a sparkle to even the pickiest pyromaniac’s Ramadan…

Bluewaters Island and The Beach

Where: BluewatersIsland, across from The Beach, JBR (Jumeirah Beach Residences)
When: March 29th to March 31st, 10 PM

Fireworks with an ocean view? Yes, please! Bluewater Island is located across from The Beach, JBR, which means that there’s plenty to do before and after this incredible show. Enjoy the artisanal market and special Ramadan promotions at all of JBR’s great restaurants.

Dubai Festival City Mall

Where: Festival Bay, Dubai Festival City Mall
When: April 5th to April 7th, 10 PM 

Ramadan is going out with a bang this year at the Dubai Festival City Mall. Celebrate the last days of the Holy Month with a gorgeous firework display accompanied by a waterfront light show complete with lasers and dancing fountains.

Ramadan Fireworks at Global Village

Where: Global Village (accessible via Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Rd/E311, exit 37)
When: Fridays and Saturdays during Ramadan, 9 PM

This family-friendly destination is full of pop-ups, activities, and events to celebrate the holy month – and their firework show promises to be a literal highlight. When the show is over, take a look around the ‘Ramadan Wonders Souq’, an open-air market full of trinkets and treats from around the world. Visitors should note that while these fireworks are free to the public, you will need to purchase a ticket to access a better view as well as the rest of the Global Village experience. All-day tickets are Dh30 (Dh27 online), and week-day tickets are Dh25 (Dh22.50 online).


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