Winter Festival enthrall visitors with amazing shows

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Sharjah / Emirates Business

The Winter Festival continued to enthrall visitors flocking to Al Majaz Waterfront, Sharjah’s popular leisure and tourist destination. Touring bands and street performers traversed the waterfront’s walkways, presenting a series of interactive entertainment shows, attracting a big turnout of visitors of all ages.
Guests enjoyed a performance by Mime Duets artists who conquered the ice rink with incredible skating routines. The little ones had great fun as they watched a magic show performed by a cyclist who mesmerised the audience with fantastic acts and games along the venue’s walkways. In exhibiting his expert skills, the cyclist magician also involved the children in some of his acts, and the young visitors were more than happy to become temporary magicians!
Numerous mascots from the popular ‘Panda Band’ welcome guests to Al Majaz’s winter wonderland. These costume clad performers showcase a heartwarming 30-minute show thrice, at 5pm, 7pm and 9pm respectively – definitely a must watch to feel the warmth and festive spirit of the season.
Mohammed Fadhil Al Mazrouei, Manager of Al Majaz Waterfront, said: “We continue to delight our visitors with specially tailored events in celebration of our Winter Festival, which coincides with the school winter holidays, making sure our visitors make the most of their time together.”
He added: “We are pleased with the overwhelming response the Winter Festival has seen in its second week by individuals and families, especially children for whom we are offering an exciting fun-packed programme of events.”
The first ever Winter Festival offers a range of facilities and activities that allow visitors to enjoy the wondrous atmosphere of a winter wonderland. Running until January 7, the festival features an outdoor ice rink, frosty decorations, snow-tube rides, a cool inflatable maze, a winter market, snow playing area, snowfall area, ice carving and folk performances.
Opening its doors from 5pm to 11pm, the festival receives visitors of different nationalities and all ages to enjoy its winter-themed events and activities. A special programme is held alongside the festival every Thursday and Friday throughout the three-week event.

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