Doha Festival City (DHFC) kickstarted its second-year anniversary celebrations on April 5 with a live performance by Iraqi singer Rahma Riad at the mall’s Centre Court.
Mall-goers and retailers gathered at the Centre Court witnessed Riad’s debut performance, featuring her hits such as Waed Menni to music enthusiasts.
The programme was followed by the unveiling of a giant cake, 40kg of glitter confetti showered across crowds and distribution of giveaways among shoppers attending the celebrations.
The excitement continues for the second anniversary celebrations with live parades and photo opportunities throughout the month, taking place on April 12 and 13 and on April 19 and 20, at 3.30pm, 6.30pm and 8pm.
Families can visit the mall and enjoy the festivities and shows.
“This is an occasion for DHFC to further engage shoppers and retailers and to thank them for their support over the last two years making the mall as Qatar’s preferred retail, entertainment and dining destination,” DHFC general manager Robert Hall said.
This was echoed by DHFC senior marketing manager May Marzooq, saying: “We are ecstatic with the turnout to our anniversary celebrations and for creating memorable moments to share with our visitors. We would like to thank our all of Qatar for their continued support and look forward to sharing year two and beyond with them.”
DHFC is one of the largest such developments in the Middle East, offering almost a quarter of a million square metres of leasable space, providing something for everyone, and creating exceptional and memorable experiences with each and every visit.
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