This year’s event, held under the theme Leaving Nobody Behind, will have more than 250 market stalls selling food and other products.
There will also be a 128 sq m stage which will play host to performances from the Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Filipino, Jordanian, Thai, Bangladeshi, and Egyptian communities and more.
Held between February 6 and February 7, the festival will celebrate Manama’s foundations which are built on religious and cultural tolerance, freedom and respect for all.
Speaking about the festival, Capital Governor Shaikh Hisham bin Abdulrahman Al Khalifa said, “Bahrain For All is a celebration of the Kingdom of Bahrain’s many economic, social and political accomplishments, and its desire to create a society in which all people live in peace and dignity, no matter their religions, sects or backgrounds.
“Bahrain has shown the world that it values these elements which indicate the advanced level of development it has achieved.”
The full line-up, which includes performances from local DJs, as well as a horse parade, will be announced shortly.
Free. Thu Feb 6-Fri Feb 7. Bahrain Bay (no number).