Record-breaking fireworks and concerts by international and local stars attract visitors to various locations
The stage is already set for the most spectacular start to 2023, with three record-breaking fireworks displays planned across the country. Here’s everything you need to know about everything going on in the country today:
Abu Dhabi: In the first unrestricted celebrations in the emirate since the Covid-19 pandemic, 40-minute fireworks display With 3,000 drones, it aims to set several world records.Visitors can reach locations that promise to be memorable events Take the free bus.
Dubai: Fireworks will be held at 30 locations There will be 7 fireworks to coincide with 7 midnights around the world in the emirate including Dubai Frame, Bluewaters, JBR and Global Village. One of the most anticipated fireworks displays will take place at the Burj Khalifa, the tallest tower in the world. Roads around the city will be closed earlier in the day, according to the Roads and Transport Authority. There are several other ways to travel to The Dubai Mall to view this spectacle.
Ras Al Khaimah: The emirate will stage a dazzling musical fireworks display in 2023, aiming to set a new world record. Pyrotechnic drones, nano lights, colors and shapes choreographed to electronic beats, the event will feature 12 minutes of fireworks that will light up the night sky.
Sharjah: Fireworks will be held on the Al Majaz waterfront and the Khalid Lagoon will be illuminated for 8 minutes.
there are many scheduled world-class performances Held across the country, welcome 2023 in style.
Atlantis Dubai: Australian singer Kylie Minogue will perform a concert at Atlantis, The Palm, and this year’s gala theme is “A Night of Stars.” In addition to her performance, the evening also featured a 30-piece live band and a sumptuous dinner with free-flow drinks.
Liwa Village Abu Dhabi: The village, which celebrates Emirati traditions, art and music, will host local legends Khalid Abdulrahman, Khaled Al Mulla and Ali Bin Mohammed during the New Year.
Dubai Namos: Award-winning artist Enrique Iglesias will perform live at trendy seaside spot Naamos, where he will perform alongside renowned Cuban reggae duo Gente De Zona.
Ras Al Khaimah Basata Village: Mirage NYE 2023 will be held on December 31st at 4pm, with 3 stages, 20 hours in length, more than 20 international and local performers, adults only.
Agenda, Dubai: The biggest names in Sudanese entertainment will host a musical extravaganza on 31 December featuring pop diva Nada Al-Qalaa, hit singer Taha Suliman and Maghrebi pop band MarSimba.
Khorfakkan Amphitheatre, Sharjah: Famous Emirati singer Hussain Al Jassmi will join Iraqi beauty Aseel Hameem in a concert to be held in Khorfakkan in 2023.
Dubai Festival City: The Bling Bling NYE 2023 concert on the festival stage will feature Indian pop star BPraak and several international and local DJs.
things to remember
Tourist Attractions: It is advisable to call ahead to confirm before visiting any attractions on December 31st or January 1st as tour operators report that most tourist attractions are fully booked.
travel: Dubai Airports has issued an advisory Millions of people travel to the country for New Year’s celebrations. Those traveling are advised to arrive early to avoid delays.
Road closure: Over 10,000 cameras to be on UAE streets for NYE and delays, traffic jams and road closures are expected In a busy tourist spot. Roads around the city center are expected to close by 4pm and those wishing to visit the area are advised to arrive early.
Public transit: this Dubai Metro to run non-stop for 43 hours Dubai Trams will run from 6am on December 31 until 1am on January 2 as part of the RTA’s massive operation to ensure a smooth New Year’s Eve. Nearly 300 buses will transport people to and from major tourist attractions. The Burj Khalifa/Dubai Mall metro station will close on 31 December at 5pm or earlier, depending on capacity. The Palm Monorail will also have extended hours of operation, from 9am to 2am.
Order food: Those ordering food are advised to expect significant delays due to traffic congestion. Due to road closures, Careem will not be taking orders at event areas – including City Centre, Business Bay, DIFC, City Walk and surrounding areas from 3pm and Palm Jumeirah, JBR and Bluewaters.