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Sharjah Munshid Festival Draws Eyes on its Lively, Carnivalesque Billboards, Triggering Anticipation through a Die-Cut

March 24, 2022
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Along with the Sharjah Munshid programme, the Sharjah Radio and Television Authority is hosting the Sharjah Munshid Festival, a family event, from March 24 to March 31, 2022, at Al Majaz Amphitheatre. A broad choice of enjoyable activities and contests are available.

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Sharjah Munished returns for its thirteenth season with a fresh lineup of distinct voices that sparkle through the magical realm of singing and Inshad. Three evenings will include the candidates' greatest performances, as well as four celebrities as show guests: Muhammad Tariq, Maan Barghouth, Humood Alkhudher, and Maher Zain.

The event spreads magic, festive vibes throughout Dubai’s roads with their purple-tinted billboards taking place on carnival grounds, backlit by fireworks and the impressive theater. The pinkish purple color pallet alludes to a majestic night full of activities like carousel rides, watching intriguing shows, and enjoying scrumptious food from stands. In the form of carnival signs, Sharjah Munshid Festival provides information such as the date and location in this unique way; as well as the time (from 5:00 PM to 10 PM), and that they have games and challenges, various food options, and entertainment shows.

This creative concept campaign popped up on the OOH scene in the third week of March in Sharjah, on die-cut billboards.

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