What To do at Expo 2020 in March – The Final Month of Expo


It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost six months of the World’s Greatest Show. Expo 2020 has delivered a spectacular array of entertainment, experiences and cultural attractions to over 120 million guests so far.  Providing a boost in tourism for Dubai and the opportunity for people to create lifelong memories, Expo 2020 has been delighting and amazing visitors since it began. Its final month promises just as many surprises and unique experiences with live entertainment, cultural events and engaging performances.


Between March 10th – 13th, be amazed by Sebastian Landauer and his incredible skills, juggling up to five footballs at once in the Baden-Wurttemberg Pavilion with shows starting at 4pm, 6pm and 8pm. Adding to the exciting and entertaining events, the National day of Mauritius takes place on March 15th and will be celebrated in traditional style at their country pavilion. Learn about the rich history and culture of the country with unique entertainment throughout the day.


The K9 police dogs will be sniffing out the best entertainment for guests on March 16th as they amaze you with their incredible ability to search and find hidden objects. There will be an opportunity for you to meet the hard workers, take a picture with them and marvel at the incredible training they have received. After the K9 show, be delighted with traditional Seychelles kamtole dance performances on the Jubilee stage, incorporating various French styles of dance from throughout history. Saint Patrick’s Day will be celebrated on March 17th in a special way at the Ireland Pavilion featuring festivities filled with Irish music and live performers starting from 3:30pm. Join them to celebrate Ireland’s distinctive culture and talent at the Al Wasl Plaza from 10:15am with what is sure to be one epic party!


On March 18th, Haq Al Laila will be celebrated in anticipation of the upcoming holy month of Ramadan. Designed to promote the values of giving and sharing, Al Forsan Park will host a spectacular family friendly event from 4pm until 8 pm. March 21st is Mother’s Day for the majority of the world and Expo 2020 will be delving into how motherhood and mothers have impacted our lives at the Dubai Millennium Amphitheatre with an engaging live show from 5pm.  Paying tribute to the incredible role mothers play in our society, the show will feature a children’s choir and words of inspiration. Also falling on March 21st is World poetry day. The Expo will celebrate the day by featuring poetry traditions that have managed to express feelings and ideas through distinctive styles across numerous cultures around the world.


If you haven’t been able to see it yet, the UAE pavilion is a must visit. An architectural marvel, the four-story falcon-design pavilion immerses guests into the history and future of The United Arab Emirates. Another top attraction to see at the Expo is the Garden in the sky observation tower. Proving to be one of the most popular Expo experiences, it provides 360 degree views of the Expo site and surrounding area and rotates 55 meters above the ground. Visitors enter in the basement and the upper cabin on the ground floor and experience a bird’s eye view of the incredible architecture surrounding them.


If you’re looking to keep your little one’s entertained, every Sunday is Children’s day at the Poland Pavilion. Kids are invited to take part in numerous activities that showcase technology such as 3D printing and Robot racing coding. If you’re a little more mature and into music from the 80s and 90s, head to the Chile pavilion on a Thursday night from 8pm and indulge in the hip tunes from the era. For something educational, be part of an Australian conference delving into water management and sustainability for arid regions on March 24th at the Dubai Exhibition Centre. Discover solutions to the pressing issues of water management increasing around the globe.


March 31st will bring a close to the best show the world has seen. Say farewell whilst watching an incredible air show by the United Arab Airforce that includes stunts and bright colours. A must see! The closing ceremony details are kept relatively under wraps but judging from the opening ceremony and the six months of exceptional entertainment, you can expect something spectacular.


Season passes which will allow you unlimited access for the last month are currently available at AED 50. For more information on the Expo calendar for March, you can visit: