The Globally anticipated Dubai Expo 2020 has announced the ticket prices of the event on Sunday. “With less than 550 days to go before the biggest event ever to be held in the Arab region, excitement is building fast,” said Sanjive Khosla, Expo’s deputy chief of sales and marketing.
Countdown to Expo 2020 has begun which includes something for everyone entailing from music, technology, music, food and much more.
Tickets to attend Dubai Expo 2020 will go on sale next year in April, it has been confirmed.
Expo organisers have signed up more than 1,000 authorised ticket resellers (ATRs) across the world including online travel agents, tour operators, hotel groups and airlines, a statement said.
The global network is “crucial to Expo 2020 achieving its goal to welcome 70 percent of visitors from outside the UAE and make the next World Expo the most international in its 168-year history”, the statement added.
Expo 2020 will span over 173 days, from October 20, 2020, all the way until April 10, 2021. Expo 2020 Dubai will be open seven days a week with 60 live shows each day, as well as technology on display and performances by artists, daily parades, special celebrations and over 200 F&B outlets.
“Every day at Expo 2020 there will be more than 60 live events, including parades, performances, global music shows, hands-on workshops and other diverse entertainment for all to enjoy,” said Gillian Hamburger, senior vice president, programming.
Ticket Costs of Expo 2020
1-day ticket – Dh120 per person: For this ticket, one can enjoy all the country pavilions, daily shows, performances by famous artists.
Hamburger added that there will be sitewide celebrations on special occasions such as Diwali, UAE National Day, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, Chinese New Year and International Women’s Day.
Three-day pass –can be used over any three days of the 173-day event – will be priced at Dh 260.
Season and monthly pass: Prices to be disclosed soon.
“There will be something to suit everyone’s taste and budget, whether you are a foodie seeking a new gastronomic experience, an innovator keen to see how technology will change how you order and enjoy food, or simply looking to feed your family without breaking the bank,” Darren Tse, Expo’s director of programming. added.
Free Entrance Conditions:
Children under the age of five and seniors over 65 will be given free access to the event, while young people between the ages of six and 17 and students of any age will be given a 50 percent discount on tickets. “We aim to be a World Expo that is accessible to all and believe the ticket prices and concessions will help us achieve that ambition,” Sanjive Khosla added. “We can’t wait to welcome millions of visitors from around the globe, as we make every effort to ensure that our welcome is warm and reflective of the rich Arabic tradition of hospitality.”
Tickets will go on sale to the general public in April 2020, although monthly and season passes will be available in Q4 2019.
Site opening hours
• Weekdays: 9 am-1 am
• Weekends and special days: 10 am-2 am
For buying the ticket and more details visit: https://www.expo2020dubai.com/en/tickets