As Ramadan approaches, a unique celebration awaits in the heart of Jeddah – the first-ever Ramadan Nights at Hayy Jameel.

From March 13 to April 4, this enchanting event promises a blend of family-friendly festivities, artistry, culinary delights, and cultural experiences that capture the spirit of community and well-being.

Hayy Jameel is a dedicated arts complex and creative hub that embodies the essence of a cultural neighborhood. The event aims to celebrate and support the local creative community while catering to all ages.

Visitors stepping into the Hayy Markets will find themselves immersed in a world of tradition and heritage. Artisanal crafts and custom designs, proudly crafted by Jeddah’s creative talents, adorn the shelves. The aroma of delicious local cuisine wafts through the air from food stalls featuring both established vendors and the newly opened Sofia’s Bistro in Saha.


The Ramadan Nights at Hayy Jameel will feature a diverse program that extends beyond shopping and dining.

Interactive workshops, engaging games, insightful talks, mesmerizing performances, soul-soothing sound healing, and captivating poetry and storytelling sessions are just a glimpse of what awaits attendees. Film screenings showcase narratives from the region, providing a unique opportunity to learn more about the rich cultural tapestry.

Families will find dedicated areas for their little ones, ensuring a delightful experience for children.

The event brings together a vibrant array of participants, including Akwan, Azka Foods, Ganache, Hakawi, Health In A Jar, Hind Rawas, Honest, JED Board Games, Karama Yoga, Karim Jabbari, King Abdulaziz University, Marinus, Nafisa Shams, One Funky Thing, Qanaateer, Radish House, Samar Allarakia, S Design, and Zahra Breast Cancer Association.

Entrance to Ramadan Nights at Hayy Jameel is free, but the experience is not to be missed. Make sure to book in advance to have a hassle-free experience.