The General Entertainment Authority (GEA) announced on Monday the activities for the 93rd National Day across Saudi Arabia.
The day is being celebrated under the slogan “We Dream and Achieve”.
Among the activities in store are the “We're Racing Dreams” show of military and civil aircraft that will be held over Riyadh, Taif, Al-Baha, Asir and Tabuk on September 23.
Similar shows will take place over Jeddah's northern corniche on September 20 and the Khobar Corniche on September 27.
Public and private entities participating in the event are: the Presidency of the Saudi Royal Guard, the Presidency of State Security, the ministries of defense, interior, and national guard, the General Authority of Civil Aviation, Matarat Holding, the Saudi Air Navigation Services, the Saudi Aviation Club, SAUDIA Airlines, Flynas, and the Saudi Broadcasting Authority, which will stream live the national day main show on the Saudi channel.
The show will also include a military parade that will display military equipment. It will be led by horses and feature musical bands of the Saudi Royal Guard, the Ministry of the National Guard, and the General Directorate of Border Guards.
The Ministry of Interior will organize the "Pride of the Nation 2" event, following the great success the event enjoyed last year.
Attendees will learn about various national security achievements and the ministry's efforts to develop complex security systems and improve its capabilities and services. The event will take place at Riyadh Front from September 21 to 24.
GEA will mark this special occasion with massive fireworks show in over 15 different locations in the Kingdom, including Boulevard Riyadh City, the Art Promenade in Jeddah, King Abdullah Park in Dammam, King Abdullah Environmental Park in Al-Ahsa, and King Abdullah National Park in Buraydah.
A drone light show portraying Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz, Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince and Prime Minister, and the Saudi flag will illuminate the Riyadh sky at 9 pm on Saturday.