This is where you can see fireworks in Saudi Arabia this Eid

Eid Al-Fitr just got a whole lot brighter…

Eid Al-Fitr is just around the corner here in Saudi Arabia, and you already know that we don’t like to do things small. You’ve come to the right place if you’ve been looking where to watch fireworks in Saudi Arabia this Eid.

The fireworks will be starting on the first day of Eid Al-Fitr which is expected to fall on Tuesday April 9.

There will be fireworks at 13 different locations in Saudi Arabia. Najran, Arar, Ha’il, Jeddah, and Khobar are among the cities. We can also see the skies lighting up in Jazan, Tabuk, Al Bahah, Abha, Sakaka, Buraydah, and Medina.


In the capital this time around, you can check out fireworks at Boulevard Riyadh City’s Time Square at 9pm.



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In the Red Sea City, you can view a gorgeous display of fireworks at the Jeddah Promenade for two days at 9pm.


In Khobar, head out to the 90 metre high Khobar Water Tower at 9pm.


In Madinah, you can look up at the skiesopposite to Atyaf Mall at 9pm.


If you’re in Ha’il, you can head out to watch the fireworks behind Salam Park at 9pm.


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Abha is the perfect place to head to for the holidays. The pleasant weather is reason enough to head to the city and the gorgeous fireworks are another. Head to Sama Abha at 9pm.


In Jazan, you can look forward to the fireworks at the North Corniche at 9pm.


If you’re in Arar, you can check out the fireworks at 9pm behind the Arar Tower.


Head out to Prince Hussam Park at 9pm, if you want to catch the firworks in Albaha.


Located in the north of the country, the Aljaouf will be seeing fireworks behind the King Salman Cultural Center at 9pm.


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In Buraidah, you can check out fireworks at the King Abdullah National Park at 9pm.


Lastly in Najran, the firework display will be happening next to the Prince Hathloul Sports City at 9pm.