Expo 2020 Dubai Countdown

One Day Away from Expo 2020 Dubai

  • September 30th, 2021

Expo 2020 Dubai will be the largest cultural event in the Middle East’s history. It’s been a buzzword in the UAE for the past eight years, and organizers expect 25 million people to visit Dubai to watch it. Are you all set?

From Friday, October 1, 2021, to Thursday, March 31, 2022, Expo 2020 will immerse you in a world of innovation and entertainment for 182 awe-inspiring and unforgettable days.

Each day will feature up to 60 live events with world-class music, dance, and art, ensuring that there will be something new to see every day.

Tickets are available for purchase at expo2020dubai.com and through over 2,400 ticket resellers, including Zoom. To kick things off, the October Pass is available at a special price of Dhs95. A one-day pass costs Dhs95, multi-day passes for 30 days cost AED 195, and season passes with unrestricted entrance for six months cost AED 495.

Free admission will be offered to children under the age of 18 and students with a valid student ID from any academic institution in the world. People of willpower will be able to get free tickets, while their companions will get a 50% discount. Visitors aged 60 and up are admitted free of charge.

Expo 2020 Dubai’s official song has been released. The song “This Is Our Time” is a tribute to the Arab Music Expo, which brings together generations of Arab musicians. Greg Wells, a Grammy Award winner who previously penned the official song for the Special Olympics World Games, produced the track.

Do you want a taste of Expo before you enter the gates? Expo Lake is located offsite, unlike the majority of Expo 2020 Dubai’s jaw-dropping installations and activities. Near the Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa and the Al Qudra Lakes, you’ll find tranquil waters and a wonderful design. Make sure your phone is fully charged before embarking on an Instagram-worthy photo shoot.

Equinox is one of the coolest attractions, and we’ve received a sneak glance at it. At the Sustainability Pavillion, this animated artwork uses zoetrope technology to create an optical illusion (Terra).

With an orbit of insects, spinning on a vertical axis, the pin center of the icon is a big lotus flower. The petals look like a shutter, animating the insects so they look like they are flying, eating, and pollinating.