Dubai World Cup’s Finale to Feature 4000 Drones in Spectacular Display

Dubai World Cup's Finale to Feature 4000 Drones in Spectacular Display

Dubai, The Gulf Observer: The Dubai Racing Club (DRC) has revealed plans for an unprecedented closing ceremony at the 28th Dubai World Cup, set to take place at the Meydan Racecourse on Saturday. In an official press statement, the DRC announced that the event will showcase the latest advancements in drone, laser, and lighting technology, aiming to redefine visual spectacle and potentially break the Guinness World Record.

According to the DRC, the closing ceremony will feature the use of 4000 specialized drones, along with LED lights, to create a breathtaking pyrotechnic display and dynamic 3D sculptures in the sky. The spectacle is expected to last for an impressive 33 minutes, providing spectators with a never-before-seen experience.

In addition to the stunning closing ceremony, the Dubai World Cup evening races will feature 125 elite horses from 14 countries competing for a total prize money of $30.5 million. The event promises to be a showcase of world-class horse racing and entertainment.

Speaking about the event, Major General Dr. Mohammed Dr Mohammed Essa Al Adhab, Executive Director of Dubai Racing Club, expressed excitement about the upcoming closing show. He stated, “The Dubai World Cup is well-known for a spectacular closing show and we are working with our partners to make this one better than ever. I can say that those attending the 30th March race evening can expect to see something they haven’t seen before!”

The 28th Dubai World Cup is anticipated to be a milestone event, combining thrilling horse racing with innovative technology to create an unforgettable experience for attendees.