With so much to see and do at Expo 2020, you'll be planning your next trip before you've finished your first
There’ll always be something to get excited about, with a jam-packed programme of live performances including world-famous stars, comedy greats, local talents and touring attractions.
Digital theatre and dance routines, acrobats and poetry slams, fashion shows and roaming entertainers – enjoy cultural experiences from five continents that’ll excite your senses and touch your heart.
Expo 2020 seeks to encourage a spirit of curiosity, amazement and fun in younger visitors, whether they’re joining a make-your-own-robot workshop, learning about 3D-printed human organs or burning energy via exercise-gaming activities.
Academics, inventors, artists, tech pioneers, out-of-the-box thinkers – Expo 2020 will be a haven for interesting and inquisitive personalities (those rare people that both you and your mother like). Think of it as a first-class workout for your brain.
Participate in mindfulness sessions, extreme sports and everything in between. You’ll be spoilt for choice – other fun ways to stay fit will include disability sports, and virtual and augmented reality activities.
Explore how PepsiCo bring smiles to people around the World by conserving nature's precious resources and fostering a more sustainable planet for our children and grandchildren.Learn more
Start-ups and international conglomerates alike can benefit from being a part of Expo 2020. With millions of visitors and 190 participating countries, the next World Expo is brimming with business possibilities.Learn more
What does a Finnish feast taste like? How do they celebrate in the Central African Republic? Every day, the spotlight will land on one or more participating countries as they showcase their culture with special festivities.
Don't worry night owls, the fun doesn't stop at sundown. Once evening arrives, pyrotechnics displays and concerts are among the entertainment to keep you enthralled into the early hours.