News Expo 2020 Dubai’s entry pass only AED10 tomorrow

Expo 2020 Dubai’s entry pass only AED10 tomorrow

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COVID-19 safety protocols remain paramount at Expo 2020 Dubai, with stringent measures in place as the event prepares to mark the incredible achievement of 10 million visits. Everyone is invited to come and join the celebrations on Sunday 16 January, with a special ticket entry price of just AED 10.

With just 11 Sundays of Expo left, this is the perfect opportunity to either revisit or see the event for the first time, with the great price, and the wealth of entertainment and dining options, sure to make these tickets sell fast.

Sunday, 16 January promises to be a day to remember, with a slew of one-of-a-kind events to entertain and educate, as Expo 2020 Dubai invites everyone to join the global experience. The Republic of Korea will celebrate its National Day with traditional Jang-Gu drums, a Taekwondo martial arts demonstration, and a special K-Pop concert at Jubilee Stage at 1930 GST, featuring artists including (G)I-dle, Stray Kids, Golden Child, PSY, Forestella and Sunmi.

Meanwhile, Global Goals Week will host the flagship ‘Global Goals for All’ – a people-facing event to create awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), celebrate progress made so far, and highlight the role of individuals and communities in driving global change for a more sustainable future for all by 2030.

Global Goals Week, which runs from 15-22 January at Expo 2020, will mobilise and accelerate momentum to advance the SDGs, highlighting solutions to inspire action around the world’s most pressing issues, including gender inequality and climate change.

In an incredible finale, DJ Mato Blue will be on the decks at Jubilee Stage from 2200 GST, with a set packed with deep house, funk, disco, progressive house and techno.

Tickets for this not-to-be-missed experience are available online from Friday 14 January at 1700 GST at http://www.expo2020dubai.com/en/tickets-and-merchandise/tickets or at the Expo 2020 Dubai gates. Visitors already in possession of a Season Pass can enter as normal, with no additional entry fees required.

The health, safety and wellbeing of everyone involved in Expo 2020 Dubai remains the highest priority, and organisers are committed to working with participants to welcome visitors to a safe and exceptional World Expo.

Visitors must present a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours or proof of vaccination. Unvaccinated visitors with a ticket can get free PCR tests from select centres across the UAE.

Ryan Namia
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