It’s your last few days to catch it…

It’s been playing for almost three months, but this weekend is your last chance to catch the Burj Khalifa New Year’s Eve light and laser show, which will stop playing on Saturday March 30.

So, when can you catch it?

Well, the show is displayed once per day from Tuesday to Saturday. A further two separate laser and light shows from the extensive LED display library of Burj Khalifa are also be beamed onto the Burj each night.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, the shows are at 7.15pm, 8pm and 9.15pm, and from Thursday to Saturday at 6.45pm, 8pm and 9.45pm.

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The laser and light show is a shorter version of the almost 10-minute long spectacle that lit up the Burj Khalifa to ring in 2019. The stunning display was themed on ‘time and progression’, and kicked off with an 8-minute display of visuals celebrating the heritage of the nation beamed onto the Burj Khalifa, followed by the longest Dubai Fountain show to date, accumulating with a breathtaking fireworks display.

The illumination of the façade of Burj Khalifa also earned it two additional Guinness World Records – for the ‘Largest LED-illuminated façade’ and the ‘Tallest LED-illuminated façade’.

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