The celebration of Saudi Arabia’s 92nd National Day came at a crucial time in the country’s history, thanks to an extraordinary journey of transformation and development.
Citizens and residents will celebrate over the next week with events that honor the Kingdom’s heritage, arts and culture.
Riyadh will celebrate Saudi National Day with a range of events and activities, including music, theater and a specially designed Cirque du Soleil show.
In preparation, the capital’s highways are adorned with hundreds of green flags.
Fireworks will be launched in front of Al Taghul Square from 9pm on September 23rd.
The Saudi Air Force will put on an aerobatic show with jets and commercial aircraft that can be seen from Umm Ajran Park on September 22nd and 23rd from 4pm to 5:30pm.
The Royal Guard will parade at Riyadh Front on September 23 from 9-10pm to the national anthem played by the military band before a procession of classic cars.
Admission to the fireworks display, air show and Royal Guards Parade is free.
In addition, Jump Saudi will host a two-day show jumping competition. Tickets for him are SR57.50 ($15.30) and are available online from Riyadh Platinum or Enjoy Saudi through his website at the General Entertainment Authority. The event will take place on September 22nd and 23rd from 4:00pm to 1:00am.
This year, the National Circus will present a specially designed Cirque du Soleil show, The Wealth of the Nation, at the theater of Princess Noura bint Abdulrahman University, from 21st to 24th September from 8pm to 12 midnight. To do.
Arab musicians Alam and Abadi Al Johar will perform on the Avo Baker Salim Stage on September 23rd from 9pm to midnight.
The Ministry of Home Affairs is hosting its own celebration at Riyadh Front from 21-24 September under the slogan ‘National Pride’. The event also features live orchestral performances and 12 interactive pavilions.
The festival takes place September 21-24 at Grassy Park in the Diplomatic Quarter. This includes heritage shows, handicraft exhibits, dancing fountains, action games for kids and food stalls.
The AMC-2 Theater Auditorium will host a 90-minute live stand-up comedy show on September 22 from 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm, featuring three international performers alongside Saudi performers. Act will appear.
The General Entertainment Authority will host several events for Jeddah’s citizens and residents to mark the country’s 92nd National Day celebrations, including fireworks, air and marine shows, music concerts and interactive festivals. Did.
The city’s coastline will be lit up on September 23 in Jeddah Season parking areas with a massive 7-minute fireworks show that is expected to be visible from anywhere in the city. The show is co-located with 17 other similar exhibits across the country.
For three days from September 18th to 20th, Jeddah residents can enjoy the air show from 4:30pm near the Hilton Hotel on the Corniche. This is also the location of the Marine Show on September 23rd.
Jeddawis can also enjoy a military parade hosted by the Ministry of Home Affairs at 5pm on National Day at the Jeddah Art Promenade. A fireworks display will also be held from 21:00 on September 22nd, 23rd, and 24th.
Additionally, the Jeddah Art Promenade area will host a light and sound exhibit on September 23rd. There will also be a Saudi folklore show on September 22nd, 23rd and 24th from 6pm to midnight. Layali Watan” events and activities held during the same period.
Additionally, the Jeddah Art Promenade will showcase the history of the Kingdom on September 22nd, 23rd and 24th with a mosaic wall adorned with various works of art.
The promenade also features a National Day Corner, with a photo kiosk and special shows for children on September 22, 23 and 24.
Several music concerts will be held at the venue, including Saud Sanan on Thursday, September 23rd, female singer Dukhuon on the same day, and Ahmed Ashour on September 24th.
Egyptian singer Angham and her compatriot Ahmed Saad perform at King’s Road’s Benchmark Theater on Saturday, September 24th at 9:30pm.
Also, from September 21st to 24th, the festival takes place from 5pm to midnight in the city’s Prince Majed Park.
To celebrate the kingdom’s 92nd anniversary, the Eastern Province hosts a series of fun events for all ages, including live performances, fireworks, marine and air shows.
Dammam’s King Abdullah Park hosts a variety of festivals, including folk dances and fountain shows, from 5pm to midnight for four days from September 21st to 24th.
During the celebration, performers wear traditional costumes and roam the park.There are several family-friendly action games and giveaways. The event is free and open to children of all ages.
Families are encouraged to dress in traditional attire for the event throughout the week.
Dammam hosts an annual fireworks show that can be seen from the Corniche on 23rd September from 9pm. Admission is free and open to all ages.
Eighteen cities across Saudi Arabia, including Riyadh, Jeddah, Abha, Tabuk and Al-Ahsa, will hold fireworks displays at the same time as Dammam.
Nearby Alkhobar also hosts a marine show led by the Royal Navy. The show will take place on the Corniche on September 23rd from 4:30pm to 5:30pm.
Following the marine show, the Cornish Seafront will host an air show from 4pm to 5:30pm from 25th to 26th September.
In addition, the King Abdullah Cultural Center in Jubail will host live concerts from September 21-24, featuring some of the most popular regional performers such as Modi Al-Shamrani, Sultan Khalifa, Shama Hamdan and Khadijah Morse. It will be held.
Children are not allowed to attend the concert. Tickets are available for purchase on the Enjoy His Saudi website.
southern and northern regions
The southern and northern regions of the Kingdom are gearing up for various shows and concerts including ‘Salute to the Motherland’ by the Saudi Air Force to celebrate the 92nd National Day on 23 September.
Starting at 9pm on September 23rd, a five-minute massive fireworks display will take place in several cities.
In Juhu, to the north of the kingdom, Sakaka residents can gather for a show at the King Abdullah Cultural Centre.
In the Northern Borders region, Allah spectators can see it at the city’s Water Tower Park.
In the southwest, it can be enjoyed in the Al Nahuda district of Najran, while in Abha, Asir, it can be enjoyed at Sama Abha Park.
Activities include air and ocean shows.
The Saudi Air Force will perform 10 days in 14 cities using Typhoon, F-15, Tornado and F-15C fighter jets. The show is titled “A Homeland Salute” and celebrates the country’s accomplishments under its leadership.
Abha will host an air show on September 22nd and 23rd at 5:30pm at Abha Airport Park.
Various festivals including folk dances, games and handicrafts are held in several parks from 5pm to midnight from 21st to 24th September.
Northerners can celebrate at Al-Nakir Park in Sakaka and Al-Refah districts in Allah.
Those commemorating the Southern Day can join in at Sama Abha Park in Abha and Abba Al Rashash Park in Najran.
A well-known artist will appear on this occasion. In Abha, a concert of Mohamed His Abdo, led by Maestro Walid Fayed, will take place on 24 September at Talal His Mada Theater.
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