Activities in Qatar during (July 6-July 7, 2018)

Things to do this weekend in Qatar (July 6-July 7, 2018)

Lego City – Build Your City of Tomorrow

Doha Festival City is organising an event where children can build cities, towns etc with LEGO building blocks.

Where: Doha Festival City

When: Until July 9 (Thu  – Sat: 11am  – 12am & Sun  – Mon: 11am  – 10 pm)

For more info, click here

 

Image taken from Tobias Becs official Instagram page.

Qatar Fan Zone: Football freestyler Tobias Becs

Football freestyler Tobias Becs will perform impressive freestyle moves at the Qatar Fan Zone in celebration of the World Cup.

Where: Ali Bin Hamad Al Attiyah Arena

When: July 6

 

Mohammed Al Fares & Ziad Bourji to perform live in Qatar

Arab celebrity singers Mohammed Al Fares and Ziad Bourji will perform live in Qatar at the Qatar Fan Zone in celebration of the World Cup.

Free entry for all.

Where: Ali Bin Hamad Al Attiyah Arena

When: July 6 & 7 (7:30pm)

For more info, click here

 

Qatari-Kuwaiti Relations Exhibition

Katara is hosting “The Qatari-Kuwaiti Relations Exhibition” in cooperation with Expo 965 for Heritage & Handicraft Exhibitions centre.

The exhibition collection includes an archive of over two million documents about Kuwait and the Gulf States, some of which are more than 200 years old. The archive also includes a collection of rare Kuwaiti official documents such as passports issued in 1887.

Moreover, the exhibition displays Islamic antiques, gold and silver coins from the pre-Islamic Sassanid empire era, weaponry from the Umayyad, Abbasid and Fatimid eras, 950-year-old parchments and an ancient piece of gold-embroidered Kiswah, the cloth covering Kaabah.

Free entry.

Where: Katara

When: On until July 10 (9am  – 12pm)

For more info, click here

 

‘Deconstructing the Sacred’ exhibition

‘Deconstructing the Sacred’ is a first solo exhibition by Othman Khunji in Qatar, and it features interactive installations created through the use and application of innovative technology, including 3D printing, Arduino technology, laser cutting, neon glass heat bending, and water jet engraving.

Visitors to the exhibition will have the opportunity to see Khunji’s artworks including prominent collections such as ‘The Five Pillars of Islam’, ‘The Selfless Holy Ground’, and ‘HER’.

Free entry.

Where: Education City Mosque, Georgetown Access Rd, Ar-Rayyan, Qatar

When: Until September 30 (12pm – 1pm)

 

Qatar Fan Zone for Russia World Cup

As the World Cup fever grips fans world over, Qatar, the next venue for the biggest sporting event, is providing a unique public experience for the residents this year.

Fan zones have been set up at different places across the city to screen live matches along with various football-related activities. These fan zones are at Ali Bin Hamad Al Attiyah Arena, Katara, Hamad International Airport and Khalifa International Stadium. Apart from having large screens, there will be other live entertainment activities, delicious food and other football-related events happening too.

Qatar has pulled out all stops to ensure that the residents do not miss out on any of the action happening at the Russia World Cup.

 

The Desert Rose exhibition features Qatar’s nature and architecture

‘The Desert Rose’ exhibition by British photographer Richard Bentley was opened at Katara Cultural Village Foundation.

The exhibition features the nature and architecture in Qatar, and includes 34 pictures as a selection of the works of the British photographer who took tens of thousands of photos during his five years in Qatar as a filmmaker and photographer. He chose the expression in his pictorial art of Qatari architecture and its most prominent features. The country nature of land and sea, the beauty of its impressive architecture and its unique museums.

Where: Katara

When: Until July 25

For more info, click here

 

Summer Entertainment City

Summer Entertainment city is the largest indoor festival in Qatar. With over 75 rides and games, such as the largest bouncy castle, virtual reality area with more than 15 games or the Football Fan zone. The food court has over 40 outlets and more than 140 stores to explore.

The entry fee is QR15 and the price for the tickets are QR150 (The Gold Pass) and QR699 (The Season Pass), can be purchased online and at the venue.

Where: Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre

When: Until August 5 (2pm  – 11pm)

To buy, click here

 

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