Ramadan in Qatar: A Weekend Tapestry of Culture and Celebration (March 14-16, 2024)

As the sacred month of Ramadan graces us once again, Qatar transforms into a vibrant epicenter of cultural and spiritual festivities. From Msheireb to Katara, and from Expo 2023 Doha to the Old Doha Port, the country offers a plethora of activities that cater to diverse interests and age groups.

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Until April 10, 2024
8:30pm to 1:3am 
Msheireb Downtown

At Msheireb Downtown, families can partake in paddle tournaments, indulge in Ramadan arts and crafts workshops, and immerse themselves in enriching seminars on Islamic traditions and culinary arts. The Ramadan Photography Exhibition at Barahat Msheireb provides a unique perspective into the essence of the holy month.

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Katara Cultural Village illuminates with the spirit of Ramadan, hosting religious lectures, food basket distributions, volleyball competitions, and enchanting Ramadan nights. The historic tradition of the Iftar cannon echoes across several locations in Qatar, including Souq Wakrah, Souq Waqif, and Lusail Boulevard, inviting both Muslims and visitors to experience a cherished aspect of Ramadan’s cultural heritage.

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Until March 28, 2024
6pm to 1am 
Expo 2023 Doha

Expo 2023 Doha intertwines with Ramadan celebrations, offering activities such as Ramadan crafts workshops, lantern decorating contests, and Zahra’s Ramadan Journey, a narrative experience that blends tales of nature with the beauty of the holy month.

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Old Doha Port beckons visitors with nightly cultural performances, Zahra’s Ramadan Journey, and the vibrant Souq Al Mina pop-up market. Additionally, the Throwback Food Festival revives Qatar’s culinary heritage, inviting families to savor traditional flavors in the historic Old Mina District.

With its diverse range of activities, Qatar invites everyone to embark on a journey of cultural enrichment, spiritual reflection, and communal joy during this auspicious time of Ramadan. Whether you’re drawn to arts, sports, culinary delights, or traditional practices, there’s something for everyone to cherish and enjoy in this vibrant celebration of faith and community.