Children, aged between 5 and 12 years, are encouraged to capture their dreams and hopes for the UAE's future on video, and stand a chance to win free tickets to the country's official National Day show in Abu Dhabi.
That's the word from the Organising Committee of the 51st National Day Celebrations, which announced that the show at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) will be open to the public from December 3 for nine consecutive days.
The videos, which must not exceed more than a minute, must be posted on Instagram by tagging @OfficialUAEED and #UAEDreamers51 on or before December 2.
The videos can also be sent via direct message on Instagram.
Once selected, two family members will also get free passes.
The 51st National Day show will be livestreamed on December 2 on the UAE National Day official website and all local TV channels.
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