Posted on April 11, 2018

To help celebrate Doha’s Spring Holiday Festivities, Four and One has transformed the 5000sqm of the Hotel Park into an entertainment haven offering families, friends and visitors a mesmerizing holiday experience.

The Festival which officially started yesterday will run until April 21, 2018. Unlike previous years, this year’s festival features both indoor and outdoor entertainment attractions and is in line with Qatar Tourism Authority’s strategic policy of enhancing and improving tourism and business. Four and One Chairman Omran Al Sherawi said “The Spring break festival is one of the highlights of the year and for this reason we want families to indulge in as many activities and attractions as possible”. “For the first time we have teamed up with Italy’s most famous touring circus Allegria to present a world of high flying, motor bike riding, rope walking, hula hoping, knife throwing, and ball juggling entertainment” he said.

The festival’s outdoor arena encompasses many attractions such as multiple inflatables, a go kart track, Lego activations, carnival entertainment stands, street performers, actors, jugglers, games, competitions and food offerings. Commenting on the festival, Four and One Chief executive officer, Fernando De Guama said, “Our intention is to provide an exhilarating experience for all. We want everybody to enjoy their holidays and join in with the Spring festivities”. “People can choose from many of our popular attractions or thrilling rides or they can just sit back and be entertained by the live performances”.

The partnership with Allegria Circus held under covering brings with it some of the most exciting and daring entertaining acts. The touring circus performances celebrate two hours of breathtaking stunts, death defying maneuvers, cheeky humor, music, song and dance. Allegria Circus has double shows between 11 -21 April starting at 5pm and 8pm. The entire festival is proudly partnered by Corona Coffee, Bedaya, Qatar Living, Urban Point, Talabat, Marhaba, & QTouch.