Bahrain, a known melting pot for different cultures, is set to host the ninth edition of Bahrain For All at the Bahrain Bay on February 6-7 with an expected 60,000 visitors during the two-day festival.
The annual event, held under the theme Leaving Nobody Behind, brings together more than 50,000 (number of visitors in 2019) people from over 50 local and expatriate communities, including the differently-abled community, to showcase their respective abilities and engagement in Bahrain society.
The event will feature more than 250 market stalls by local entrepreneurs and productive families, and a 128 sqm stage showcasing performances by the Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Filipino, Jordanian, Thai, Bangladeshi, and Egyptian communities, among others.
The line-up also features live performances by several local DJs and emcees who will be announced soon. There are over 20 differently-abled centres and inclusive schools showcasing Bahrain’s focus on inclusivity. The Ministry of Interior, which currently is celebrating 100 years of Bahrain Police, has offered its popular Police Band, as well as a horse parade.