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Global Village New Year Fireworks

Global Village, the premier cultural, shopping and family entertainment destination, today announced lights, fireworks and laser shows will usher in the New Year 2011, offering visitors an opportunity to share in the excitement at the most popular venue for outdoor events.


The specially-organised activities will start at 10:00pm on 31 December and will continue till the stroke of midnight that marks the beginning of the New Year. A total of 12 music groups will be visiting various pavilions across the Global Village before fireworks commence and the countdown ends.


Special offers and attractive bargains also await visitors to the 28 pavilions during the New Year weekend. In addition, a spectacular array of activities including art shows, special performances at individual pavilions and dedicated programmes will be part of the offerings during the period.


The 15th edition of Global Village continues to draw visitors in large numbers since it opened on 10 November. More than 45 rides that populate the Fun Fair at Global Village currently provide exciting leisure options for visitors of all ages. In addition, new facilities and complementary services at the venue contribute to shaping a perfect platform for entertainment and retail experience.


The 111-day season of the Global Village will run until 28 February, 2011.


For more information about the shows and activities at Global Village, please contact 04-3624114 or visit www.globalvillage.ae. Also, stay tuned to Global Village updates through Facebook and Twitter (GlobalVillageAE).

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