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Saudi National Day concerts and fireworks in Dubai

Dubai will host a number of events in September to celebrate the National Day of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in support of the fraternal relations and historical ties between the two brotherly nations.

The Saudi National Day is on September 23 2017 which is a Saturday. The weekend will be full of events such as free concerts by selected artists as well as a variety of activities at shopping malls and leading entertainment destinations.
22 and September 23, Dragon Market 2 and City Walk
Free and special concerts will be held on September 22 and 23 at both Dragon Market 2 and City Walk to allow the audience to enjoy famous songs by Saudi artists. Rakan Khaled will feature in the first concert on September 22 at Dragon Market 2, from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm. The second concert will take place on Saturday, September 23 at City Walk starting at 6:30 pm, hosted by Balqees and Dalia Mubarak.
Fireworks display on September 23, Al Seef Street
A splendid display of fireworks will adorn the night sky of Dubai at 8:30 pm on Saturday, September 23, on Al Seef Street.

22 and 23 September, Dubai Parks & Resorts
Between 5 pm and 9 pm on September 22 and 23, Dubai Parks & Resorts-Riverland will host a number of activities. There will be festive decorations in the French Village and at the VIP entrance. A range of children's activities will be held at Riverland Dubai, which will include the launch of 1500 balloons in the sky. Fireworks will be held at 9pm on 22 September.

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