All the excitement you can expect at the Liwa Village Festival

A spectacular winter schedule will mix the adventure of the outdoors with fantastic F&B, shopping, and entertainment possibilities, thanks to many fascinating zones and a fresh new style and feel. The mini-oasis will mix traditional Emirati heritage, modern leisure and a variety of adventurous sports, as well as great culinary options, to deliver you an amazing winter experience to enjoy over the course of 24 fun-filled days.

The six zones will include the Souk, a traditional Arabian marketplace with dining and retail options, Oasis, which will welcome you with desert charm and modern elegance, Valley, which promises to be this year’s must-visit hangout, Pavilion, which will supply much-needed tranquil moments, Carnival, which will feature a unique laughter park, rides and games, and finally, the Main Stage, which will host A-list talents for captivating performances.

What happened last year?

Visitors had access to concerts, family activities, shows, rides, arcade gaming, spectacular absorbed dining opportunities, engaging demonstrations of Emirati heritage and crafts, eGaming tournaments, souk shopping from top-tier local fashion brands, and more during the 2022 session.

GAZE Immersive Dining

The GAZE Immersive Dining experience, described as “a dining environment interwoven with digital technology under the stars,” promised to be unlike any other you’ve seen. Antika and Zuma both have pop-ups there.


A Frnd of Mine; EBL; House of Makers; Chitral Handicrafts; Elevenish; and Apparel Group are a few coming sellers selling fantastic off-the-rack things.

There included a spice market, henna art, khoos basket weaving shows, and live Emirati food demos, in addition to some of the most prominent companies in the local and international casual dining business. High Joint, Nap Pizza, Boh’ba Bubble Tea, Space Cafe, Scoppi Ice Cream, Flurry, and Acai Republic are all on the food list.


Was your GPS location for a creating or restful break from the festival’s hectic pace? Terrarium production, jewellery design, terracotta pot painting, and tea trips were across the offerings available here. Mattar Farm, The Giving Movement, Gourmet Botique, Turquoise Boutique Studio, DRVN, Nikon Kids Photo Club, Let’s Cafe, and others contributed.


Another part of the Village dedicated to the search of peace and the enjoyment of artistic excellence.


Finally, the specialised performing zone at the Liwa Festival gave an immersive platform for showing Arabian talent.

The gates open on December 8, and tickets will be available shortly following. There’s a lot to look forward to, so see you there!

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