More than 200,000 people attended the first three days of this year's spectacle, Arab News reported. The first day of the Eid Al-Fitr holiday marked the beginning of thrilling events and shows that kicked off at the Jeddah Art Promenade and Cirque du Soleil zones.
The promenade welcomed plenty of visitors here to enjoy a variety of entertainment, including live performances. Throughout the 60-day Jeddah Season, visitors will be able to enjoy daily fireworks displays.
“The integration of services and the diversity of offers also contributed to the increase in the demand that Jeddah Art witnessed over the past days, which is expected to attract more visitors throughout the season,” SPA said.
Globally recognized entertainers wowed dwellers with acrobatic displays, juggling, helium balloons, swings as part of the Cirque du Soleil section. The organizers reported a high degree of participation and involvement.
#SaudiArabia : E-scooters & no hijabs feature prominently in promotional video for #JeddahSeason that’s just started in what’s traditionally been the Kingdom’s most outward looking city #أيامنا_الحلوة pic.twitter.com/VDJa1iqC8C— sebastian usher (@sebusher) May 3, 2022
Just like Riyadh Season, Jeddah Season events and activities cater to all and are scattered around various event zones. The Kingdom is projected to rise in the following days and weeks.
The Jeddah Season, which is back for its second year after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, takes place in May and June. It features a jam-packed calendar of over 2,800 activities spread out across nine distinct zones.