A slew of entertaining activities have been lined up as the country comes together to mark the end of Ramadan and celebrate Eid with family and friends.
A laser light show will be held on Monday at The Avenues.
The free event will see Manama light up with laser lights, choreographed to music, sure to put everyone in the festival spirit.
Five shows, lasting about six minutes each, will be held over the course of the three days of Eid, from 6pm to 10pm each evening, at the hourly mark.
Crowds can also enjoy live musical performances by a soloist, percussionist and DJ performing commercial and house music thrice a day, each set lasting 45 minutes. The event will come to an end on May 4.
Separate celebratory events will be held at three other malls in the country – the Mall of Dilmunia in Amwaj, Seef Mall in Seef District and Al Liwan by Seef Properties in Hamala.
Beginning on May 2, the five-day event will see live music performances and stilt walkers roaming the malls and greeting visitors.
It will be held from 4pm to 9pm and will go on until May 6.
Similar celebrations will take place at both Seef Mall and Al Liwan.
All four events are being organised by the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority.
For more information about show timings, visit calendar.bh.
Emirati singer Ahlam Al Shamsi will perform live at Al Dana Amphitheatre in Sakhir, on May 3.
The ‘queen’ of Arabic music, who is well-known for her distinctive melodic voice, has performed to sell-out crowds across the world, amassing legions of fans in both the US and the UK.
She has released 13 albums over her quarter-century musical career and has been a judge in MBC’s Arab Idol since its premiere in 2011.
Tickets start from BD35 and are available for purchase at aldana.com.bh.
Doors open at 6pm.
Traditional music and song will entertain crowds at the Cultural Hall on Wednesday.
The musical stylings of the Mohammed Bin Faris Band will highlight Bahrain’s cultural heritage and focus on genres that recall the nation’s pearling past.
Organised by Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities, the free event begins at 8pm.