Dubai The Dubai Christmas Festival 2013

Dubai The Dubai Christmas Festival 2013


The Dubai Christmas Festival 2013

Visit the Dubai Christmas Festival from 5-7 December in The Amphitheatre, Dubai Media City to enjoy everything you love about Christmas in one place!

Enjoy festive food and drink, shop in the Christmas Market, play at the funfair and don’t miss the all new santas grotto, ice rink, snow fight zone and peter pan pantomime. Plus returning favourites include festive workshops, carol singing and a giant Christmas tree (lighting ceremony at 6pm each day). With snow falling every hour on the hour, the Dubai Christmas Festival gives you a new feast of festive fun. 

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Ticket information and Timings:
  • Tickets are AED 50 for adults when bought in advance or AED 60 on the day.
  • Child tickets (2-12 years) are AED 25 in advance and AED 30 on the day.
  • Pantomime and grotto tickets are also available.
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  • Santa's Grotto, advance price AED25, on the door price AED30
  • Ice Rink, price on the door
  • Snow Park, price on the door AED10
The show opens at the following times each day:
Thursday 5th December: 4pm – 10pm (Lindt presents the Peter Pan and Tinker Bell pantomime show at 3.00pm)
Friday 6th December: 3pm – 10pm (Lindt presents the Peter Pan and Tinker Bell pantomime performance at 2.00pm) *SOLD OUT
Saturday 7th December: 3pm – 10pm (Lindt presents the Peter Pan and Tinker Bell pantomime performance at 2.00pm) *SOLD OUT

Dubai Christmas Festival

Why is Peter always flying? Because he Neverlands

Pack the pixie dust and head to Never, Neverland at this year’s Dubai Christmas Festival (5-7 December, Dubai Media City Amphitheatre).

Tickets for the Lindt presents the Peter Pan and Tinker Bell pantomime show almost sold out

Christmas may be a few weeks away but the magic has already begun in Dubai, with this year’s Dubai Christmas Festival set to play host to the Peter Pan in Neverland pantomime show presented by Lindt, the Swiss Master Chocolatiers. Be quick to book as tickets for Friday’s and Saturday’s performances have already sold out!

Running from 5-7 December at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre, visitors will be treated to a totally transformed winter wonderland for the entire family to enjoy. The boy who never grew up will set the stage alight with help from the Lost Boys, Tinker Bell and Captain Hook. And the Tooth Fairy will also make a special appearance is this year’s all singing, all dancing enchanted adaptation of Peter Pan.

The pantomime isn’t the only new feature added to this year’s show. Write a letter to Santa Claus, and be in with a chance to win a festive dinner with the Father of Christmas at Ski Dubai – make sure you’re not on the naughty list! Visitors can take part in Dubai’s biggest snowball fight, and even skate around on the Festival ice rink.

Festive dishes from Dubai’s hottest restaurants will be on offer and local and global retailers have been busy putting their individual twist on festive workshops. French Bakery will display their baking skills with a festive gingerbread house, which visitors can take home, while Crate and Barrel have been working hard to create a host of festive goodies which will make the dinner table on Christmas Day look truly spectacular.

Advanced ticket prices to Dubai Christmas Festival start at AED50 for standard adult entry, while tickets for children between the age of two and 12 start from AED25.

Standard ticket entry into the festival includes access to Crate and Barrel’s festive workshops, French Bakery Gingerbread house making session, the Christmas Market, fun fair (rides are chargeable) plus a soundtrack of fabulous festive music live from the main stage.

The show opens at the following times each day:
Thursday 5th December: 4pm – 10pm (Lindt presents the Peter Pan and Tinker Bell pantomime show at 3.00pm)
Friday 6th December: 3pm – 10pm (Pantomime tickets sold out)
Saturday 7th December: 3pm – 10pm (Pantomime tickets sold out)

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A host of Santa's little helps tips to make this festive holiday the best yet.

Involving the whole family in the Christmas preparations can help to spread festive joy; task your children to recreate this Gingerbread house by the French Bakery, available to try at the Dubai Christmas Festival this year.

As the countdown to the festive season begins, the team behind the Dubai Christmas Festival has pulled together their top tips for a stress-free holiday period, from keeping the kids entertained to purchasing those last minute gifts.

Plan ahead

We know Christmas sneaks up on you but try not to leave preparations until the last minute. Get everyone in the family involved in the organization by delegating jobs to each family member, from wrapping presents, chopping vegetables, to laying the table and decorating the tree.

Get in touch with your local Choithrams and ask them to prepare a festive hamper. The Cheese Cake Factory, Hey Sugar and London Diary also have exciting festive products on show at the Dubai Christmas Festival to help visitors create a Christmassy atmosphere right here in the desert.

Get busy in the kitchen with the kids

There are loads of simple recipes you can try out with your children during the holiday season. The festive period is the perfect time to put those baking skills into practice so why not try creating a gingerbread house or making those fancy tree decorations. The French Bakery team has designed a host of delicious treats including their speciality iced Christmas cake and delectable gingerbread, sure to be firm favourites around the Christmas table!

All wrapped up

Make sure you attend this year’s Dubai Christmas Festival to pick up a range of unique gifts. Visitors can pass by the Table Top Bazaar area which will be a real Christmas market lover’s paradise featuring jewellery, paintings and homemade arts and crafts, offering the ideal gifts made right here in Dubai by independent arts and crafts experts.

Crate and Barrel has some fantastic seasonal gifts this year – the Natural Nutcrackers are created exclusively by artisans in the mountainous Erzgebirge region of Germany, where wooden toy making has been a family livelihood and tradition since 1700. This season, the collection introduces limited edition, hand-numbered Shepherds, Drummers and Toymakers.

Running from 5-7 December 2013 at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre, the festival has quickly become a must-attend show marked on all Christmas lovers’ calendars. This year, children will be able to meet Santa and his elves when they visit Santa’s Grotto, while the ice rink and a chorus of Christmas carols will keep the family entertained throughout the entire day.

Chris Fountain, Managing Director of Turret Media, the organisers of Dubai Christmas Festival said: “The countdown to the Dubai Christmas Festival has begun! We feel like we’ve been working harder than Santa’s elves to make this the festive event of the season. With snow falling every hour, Dubai’s giant Christmas tree, a snowball park and a peter pan and tinkerbell pantomime show for the kids to enjoy. This year’s event will be a festive treat for exhibitors and local residents visiting the show.

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