Nickelodeon favourite SpongeBob SquarePants and friends will perform on Mall of Qatar’s (MoQ) Ooredoo Stage this Eid al-Adha.
The ‘I Heart Dancing’ show, scheduled from August 20 to 25, will take mallgoers on a delightful adventure through SpongeBob SquarePants’ story as he tirelessly trains for his big dance audition.
In addition to a live stage performance, children and families will have the chance to join in an enchanting, captivating and dynamic adventure at the exclusive activity area. Everyone that steps into this bubbly zone will get the chance to meet SpongeBob SquarePants himself.
“We are very excited to announce our wonderful Eid al-Adha celebrations and look forward to welcoming families to MoQ to see SpongeBob SquarePant’s exclusive ‘I heart dancing’ show for the first time in Qatar,” MoQ CEO Elder Stuart said. “This, along with all our other Eid al-Adha activities continue MoQ’s commitment to providing the best entertainment in Qatar.”
The celebrations at MoQ will also feature more fun-filled mall-wide activities for the family.
DreamWorks and beIN are launching a new Netflix series called ‘Spirit-Riding Free’ with fun activities including a barn-like fully equipped sound proof studio where kids can record their own version of the Spirit song.
Al Rayyan TV will host a live interactive game show engaging visitors and giving them the chance to win many prizes and the Ministry of Education, as part of their back to school campaign, is running interactive activities for kids including face painting and creative workshops.
As part of the Qatar Summer Festival, organised by Qatar Tourism Authority, roaming artists like Peter Pan’s Adventure, Superheroes - Live Avengers Doubles, characters from Frozen and the Qatari Ardha dance will entertain children throughout the mall.
Shoppers can enter the raffle draw for a chance to win a Lamborghini Hurricane (2018 model) super car for every QR200 spent at any of the retailers.
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