July 22--JEDDAH -- Saudi Arabian stars 'Khawater Al-Dalam' who took the "Arab's Got Talent" stage by storm last year will headline a dazzling line-up of performances this Eid season at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi.
The Jeddah group who wowed audiences from all over the region with their impressive appearing-disappearing LED dance, will be part of the 'Light Racers' shows taking place every day in Ferrari World Abu Dhabi from Aug 9-18. Eight dancers, hidden behind myriads of colorful lights, will entertain visitors with their artistic dance acts.
Other spectacular "Light Racers" performances on the cards include the creative antics of "America's Got Talent" finalists 'Lightwire Theatre.' The US performers combine electroluminescent technology, theater and art to create glowing puppetry shows.
'Light Racers' will also see local UAE favorites 'Urban Grunge' dance with lights to show off their energetic Hip Hop, Urban Ballet, Parkour and B-boy dance moves.
In addition, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi's very own RED -- a Theatrical Spectacular of Speed and Passion will be back from its Ramadan hiatus with a new and exciting show. RED involves a fun storyline woven through the interaction of a talented cast of performers and clever illusions created through state-of-the-art visual techniques and light effects.
'Light Racers' will take place in Ferrari World Abu Dhabi every day from Aug. 9-18, including Monday, Aug. 12, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
With more than 20 Ferrari-inspired rides and attractions designed to appeal to all ages, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi celebrates everything the legendary Italian marque stands for -- speed, passion, innovation and the winning spirit offering the chance to have the ride of a lifetime with friends and family.
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