Abu Dhabi will attempt to break three Guinness World Records as part of Sheikh Zayed Festival's New Year's Eve celebrations. The 40-minute fireworks display will attempt to set records for volume, duration and form. The festival organising committee has also lined up a series of folkloric and entertainment events and performances for the night. A giant drone show that will light up the skies of Al Wathba will also take place. This will be the first show of its kind and magnitude in the world. There will be plenty of entertainment for children, including theatre shows and circus performances, plus games at Funfair City and more activities at Al Forsan International Sports Resort, running from 4pm to 1am. Ras Al Khaimah is also setting out to make sure the new year gets off to a spectacular start. The emirate’s organising committee for the night is gearing up for another Guinness World Record-breaking fireworks display, which will feature pyrodrones, lights, colours and shapes. The first attempt will be for the Most Remote Operated Multirotors / Drones Launching Fireworks Simultaneously and the second attempt is for the Highest Altitude Multirotor / Drone Firework Display. This year's will feature 15,000 fireworks effects that have taken 5,000 hours of work, plus more than 130 sea pontoons and a fleet of hundreds of pyrotechnic drones.
Copyright 2023 . All rights reserved to “INTERNATIONAL EXPO CONSULTS LLC”.