Dubai Festival City Mall’s popular IMAGINE Show announces return after a six-month refurbishment period. The new musical fountain shows, events and laser and projection mapping experience will return to the Festival Bay this week.
The IMAGINE show is being brought back in line with strict adherence to all government regulations and guidelines to ensure the safety of all visitors and employees.
Free for all visitors, IMAGINE promises to enthral guests, combining lasers, light, fire and water to tell remarkable, emotive stories. The state-of-the-art show seamlessly fuses technology and art and has earned two Guinness World Records for the largest water screen projection and the largest permanent projection mapping. IMAGINE uses surround sound to deliver a 360-degree story to emotionally connect with audiences.
New for this year, the shows will now feature specially created bespoke content such as a 3D effect mapping show with enhanced and choreographed laser, light and brand-new musical fountain shows. Lasting around 3-4 minutes each, the shows will change often to celebrate key moments in the calendar such as National Day, Festive and New Year’s Eve. What’s more, IMAGINE will debut a new exclusive Baby Shark medley.
As the IMAGINE Show announces return, Steven Cleaver, director, shopping centres Dubai, Al-Futtaim Malls said, “Our focus at Dubai Festival City Mall has not changed – we aim to deliver daily exceptional experiences for our customers. IMAGINE has always been a true example of how we bring this to life, and we are thrilled to be able to return with something new for our shoppers. The show is best enjoyed from our range of waterfront restaurants overlooking Festival Bay for the ultimate dining and entertainment experience.”
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