Doha: Fans can now visit the FIFA Fan Festival and Fan Zones on the Corniche. They will be greeted by stunning views and eye-catching displays. Al Bida Park hosts FIFA’s official fan festival. Qatar’s carnival venue can be found on the Doha Corniche 6km stretch. Haya cards are required for entry to the main fan areas. For those without a Haya card, there are three fan zones in Asian Town, New Industrial Area, and Alkhor Sports Club. Tomorrow is the FIFA Fan Festival. You can watch live matches on huge screens. The night will feature music from international, regional, and local artists, as well as food courts featuring local to west delicacies.
Official FIFA shops and sponsorship activations are also available. Today’s celebrations begin at Doha Corniche. It features the largest water show in the world, live telecasts of competitions, roaming acts, family-friendly events, music and art, Bedouin Village, and more than 150 food stalls that offer a wide range of flavors to satisfy your taste buds.
Fan zones are calling For The Festival
The carnival venue hosts performances from 12 noon until 12 midnight. Tomorrow will be a festival featuring colored lights, organized by approximately 4,000 students. Ras Abu Aboud Beach 974 hosts live music, DJs, and water sports. Entry is open from November 1. Entry is available from 9 am to 6pm. The festivities on Lucille Boulevard were also started earlier in the month. Entry is available at MDL Beast Arabia, near Al Wakrah Metro Station, starting at 21
Entry is available from 8 o’clock to 2 a.m. The ticket price is 179 Riyals. Over 160 hours of entertainment and arts. Enjoy the Arcadia Music Fest at Ras Bu Fondas tomorrow from 6pm to 3am. The ticket price is 310 Riyals. Family-friendly events and ice skating at the Haya Fan Zone, Lusail South Promenade. From tomorrow through December 18, entry is available from 12 noon to 1 AM. Some events require tickets, while others are free. Tomorrow is also Khetweifan Beach Festival. Fan Village residents are only allowed to enter for free. The celebrations began on Al Maha Island the day before.