Dubai Festival City to host light & water show
Dubai, November 28, 2012
Dubai Festival City Mall is set to launch a spectacular light and water show featuring a blend of light, fire and laser projections that will be inaugurated on December 1 at Festival Marina.
The Dubai Festival City Mall Light and Water Show will exhibit an iconic 130 meters wide water feature complemented by two 40-meter wide giant water screens that project striking laser shows and image presentations.
The show will also feature a water fountain that boosts 30-meter high aquatic displays as well as 20 flame jets that add to its impressive scale.
Murray Bell, managing director-Retail & Leisure / Al-Futtaim Group Real Estate (AFGRE) said: “The Dubai Festival City Mall Light and Water Show is in line with Dubai’s vision of continuously offering residents and visitors alike highly innovative entertainment concepts of an international stature.”
“This impressive water feature will light up the sky with fire flames and laser effects that add to the allure of the National Day celebrations at Dubai Festival City. A plethora of themed displays will celebrate other important occasions on the Dubai calendar, such as festive season, the Dubai Shopping Festival and Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival.”
Bell added: “The Dubai Festival City Mall Light and Water show is one of many highly creative attractions that will be hosted at Dubai Festival City, going forward. Our objective is to constantly provide all our guests from the UAE and beyond with an ongoing festive atmosphere.”
The diversified mix of light, fire and laser effects is due to keep everyone entertained with five shows planned nightly from 6pm to 10pm. The first spectacle will take place at 9:30pm on December 1. – TradeArabia News Service
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