Opening on October 1st , Expo 2020 will celebrate 50 years of remarkable progress, and showcase the nation’s ambitions and aspirations for the future to the world.
As the United Arab Emirates celebrates its 49th national day, Expo 2020 Dubai is joining in the spirit of optimism, hope and shared purpose.
A virtual event bringing together some of the brightest stars in space exploration will probe the benefits, solutions and challenges of exploring beyond our planet.
With one year to go until Expo 2020 Dubai welcomes the world on October 1st, 2021, Expo is ready to convene the global community in a spirit of collaboration and innovation to build a strong, sustainable future for everyone.
With one year to go until Expo 2020 Dubai opens, organisers are committed to convening the global community in a spirit of collaboration and innovation to build a strong, sustainable future.
With the doors to Dubai Expo 2020 set to open a year tomorrow, organisers of the show have argued it presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for hoteliers.
People from around the world, of all ages and from every walk of life, are being invited by the UK to collaborate and contribute to an amazing crowd-sourced piece of music that showcases the sounds of humanity.
Organisers of Expo 2020 Dubai have hosted a four-day meeting to progress plans for the rescheduled event. Participants remain “fully engaged” in the delivery of the show, officials concluded.
The general assembly of the Bureau International des Expositions has approved the one-year postponement of Expo 2020 Dubai. As a result, the dates of Expo 2020 Dubai have officially changed to October 1st, 2021, to March 31st, 2022.
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The postponement of Expo 2020 Dubai is set to be approved by the Bureau International des Expositions, with the change of dates having already surpassed the required two-thirds threshold.