The Riyadh Municipality, Amana, announced that it will launch a festive program featuring over 200 events in 38 different locations around the city in celebration of the upcoming Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of Ramadan.
This was done under the supervision of the governor of Riyadh and chairman of the Council of the Arriyadh Development Authority, Prince Faisal bin Bandar Al Saud.
The festive Eid al-Fitr program will begin in the heart of Riyadh at Qasr al-Hukm to involve most of the neighborhoods in the city.
The program will feature various activities including, folklore events, fireworks, children shows, a heritage village and carnival marches including more than 300 characters as well as marches honoring the Saudi soldiers fighting abroad.
Al-Riyadh Municipality’s Director General of the General Department of Gardens, Ibrahim Bin Nasser al-Huwaimel, said they hope that the events will bring joy to people, whether they are Riyadh residents or visitors.
Al-Huwaimel said that they ensured the participation of people with special needs, enabling them to express their joy during Eid through a large number of events under the supervision of a group of specialists.
He added that specific seats and locations were allocated for humanitarian organizations and their representatives in order to ensure their participation during the events.