The UAE knows a thing or two about fireworks displays - after all, we do hold the world record for the single biggest explosion of colour in the sky following the mesmerising 2013 New Year's Eve spectacular that run up and down Dubai, from The Palm to the Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab.
And, of course, we never really need that much of an excuse; from National Day celebrations to even the official launch of the Dubai Tram service, you can say it better with fireworks.
And Eid Al Adha will be no different, with three locations across three emirates celebrating the holiday.
In Dubai, The Beach opposite JBR will have displays every day (September 11-15) from 8.30pm - the show will be visible right across the retail, dining and entertainment area.
For those in the capital, Yas Island will bring their Joy Of Eid campaign to a fitting end with a long display from 9pm on September 12.
And then in Sharjah, the popular waterfront will play host to a range of activities, the focus of which will be a fireworks display at 10.30pm on September 12.
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