On Saudi National Day 93, millions of spectators in various regions of Saudi Arabia had the pleasure of witnessing captivating fireworks displays. Organized by the General Entertainment Authority (GEA), these events took place in major squares and locations across the Kingdom at 9 p.m. The festivities attracted a significant turnout of citizens and residents who delighted in the mesmerizing spectacle and captured the moment through photographs. The celebrations encompassed a diverse range of activities.
Over 15 locations played host to the fireworks displays, including Boulevard Riyadh City in Riyadh, the Promenade in Jeddah, King Abdullah Park in Dammam, North Khobar Corniche, King Abdullah Environmental Park in Al-Ahsa, and King Abdullah National Park in Buraidah.
Al-Sadd Park in Al-Fan Street in Abha, King Fahd Central Park in Madinah, Al-Salam Park in Hail, Al-Nazim Central Park in Tabuk, Prince Hossam Park in Al-Baha, Amana Park in Sakaka, the Corniche Road walkway in Jazan, University District Housing Park in Najran, King Abdullah Park in Taif, and the Water Tower in Arar also witnessed the joyous displays.
In addition to the fireworks, drone shows were part of the National Day activities in Riyadh near Boulevard Riyadh City. Commencing at 9 p.m., these shows featured captivating aerial formations, including images of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister, HRH Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and the national flag of Saudi Arabia. The live broadcasts of the shows were aired on the Al Saudiya TV channel.