Al Dhaid, the capital of the Central Region of the Emirate of Sharjah, is set to become the centre of attraction as the country gets ready to observe Eid Al Adha.

Expo Al Dhaid, the sister concern of Expo Centre Sharjah, is set to host the first Eld Al Adha Exhibition from July 7 to 10, 2021, the only event of its kind to be held in the country that aims to help residents and visitors celebrate the occasion.

Al Kadi Exhibitions, in association with Expo Centre Sharjah, will organise the event at Expo Al Dhaid, bringing together leading retailers to the Central Region in the run up to Eid Al Adha.

“Eid Al Adha is just a few weeks away, and is a time for family get-togethers, gift giving and special prayers. We have been organising pre-Ramadan, Ramadan, Eid Al Fitr and Eid Al Adha consumer events at Expo Centre Sharjah and Expo Khor Fakkan. This is the first time such a fair is being held at Expo Al Dhaid. We are happy to associate with Al Kadi Exhibitions to bring the event to Al Dhaid,” said H.E. Saif Al Midfa, CEO, Expo Centre Sharjah.

“The Eid Al Adha Exhibition at Expo Al Dhaid will offer a tranquil shopping experience away from city’s hustle for residents from across the Northern Emirates and the country. Known for its culture, date palm plantations, camel races, souks, and as a vacation spot, Al Dhaid will now add one more attraction with the launch of the Eid Al Adha Exhibition,” added H.E. Al Midfa.

The exhibition will feature a wide range of perfumes, abayas, fashion accessories, cosmetics, gift items, consumer goods and traditional cuisine by scores of retailers.

“We are a key player in Dubai, regularly organising events there, but it is for the first time that we are venturing to the Northern Emirates. The event will be a boon for residents of the Northern Emirates to prepare for the upcoming Eid Al Adha. But I am sure that it will be equally appealing to the residents from across the country given the unique location and characteristics of Al Dhaid,” CEO, UM AHMED from, Al Kadi Exhibition ORGANIZING.

With a long public holiday on cards for Eid Al Adha, which is likely to begin from the third week of July, an event like the Eid Al Adha Exhibition will help residents stock up for get-togethers, feasts and short vacations or staycations well in advance. Since the event extends to the weekend, residents can also combine a leisure and shopping trip, covering the event as well as other attractions in Al Dhaid.

The Eid Al Adha Exhibition will run from 4 pm to 10 pm at Expo Al Dhaid, and is open for all.

Source: Misbar Communications