The popular festival mascot, "Saqr", will be back too to welcome his young guests.
The Sharjah Events Festival, organised by the Sharjah Government Media Bureau, returns with its third edition bringing endless joy and fun for everyone over four days, from 14 to 17 December at Al Majaz Amphitheatre in Sharjah under the slogan “See Sharjah.”
The exciting agenda of Sharjah Events Festival this year offers wholesome fun for the whole family and a distinct creative and entertaining space celebrating humanity and positive social messages.
Children can have a lot of fun at the festival.
The Sharjah Events Festival every year attracts audiences of all age groups, from 4 to 10 in the evening keen to participate in a diverse bouquet of events and activities that offer entertainment as well as intellectual and cultural awareness activities including workshops, laser shows, ‘Space Toon’ shows, live cooking, sports activities, and traditionally popular shows. Besides, there will be enough opportunities for children to enjoy their own fun and games as the festival will have dedicated spaces for them. There will also be food trucks to cater to all age groups.
The popular festival mascot, "Saqr", will be back too to welcome his young guests and shares with his young friends various games and exciting activities.
The audiences will be treated to an exciting atmosphere of contests and prizes in the outdoor theatre. Visitors can pick up souvenirs bearing the festival's theme from the event’s gift shop to take home beautiful memories of Sharjah.
The Sharjah Events Festival is also expected to see the unveiling of a number of events and activities upcoming in 2024, organised by various Sharjah government institutions and departments.
Even young women can enjoy the activities at the festival.
More than 30 governmental, semi-governmental and private bodies and institutions in the Emirate are taking part in the Sharjah Events Festival, showcasing through their interactive platforms a number of free activities and workshops for the festival visitors in an engaging manner.
Through their social messages, the participating Sharjah government departments and private stakeholders are looking to support society’s knowledge and culture and its role in the prosperity of the emirate. The festival targets all social and age groups combining entertainment with insights.
To be part of the festival, book tickets at the booking website, Platinumlist.net.
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