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The fes­ti­val of­fered fam­ily en­ter­tain­ment shows in malls, bring­ing to­gether some of the most loved an­i­mated char­ac­ters for kids and the tra­di­tional ardha dances as well. In ad­di­tion to roam­ing cir­cus pa­rades, bal­loon ben­ders and fly­ing car­pets, malls put on ex­clu­sive shows such as Aladdin (City Cen­tre), Bob the Builder (Dar Al Salam), Dora the Ex­plorer (Ez­dan Mall), Cin­derella (La­goona), Play ‘Doh (Hy­att Plaza) and Kids Cir­cus (Al Khor Mall). A spe­cial high­light this Eid was the Frozen sing-a-long, where house­hold names Elsa and Anna, ac­com­pa­nied by the snow­man Olaf, sang well-known tunes from the Dis­ney movie along with the crowd, young and old. Through the Eid Al Adha Fes­ti­val theme, “Cap­ture Joy”, QTA also launched a cam­paign invit­ing vis­i­tors and res­i­dents to cap­ture the joy­ful mem­o­ries as­so­ci­ated with Eid and share their ex­pe­ri­ences of Eid in Qatar through images and words on var­i­ous on­line plat­forms.

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