Eid celebrations around the UK
London’s biggest Eid celebration in Westfield will be taking place on May 7 and 8 this year.
The popular festival in Shepherds Bush returns for the third year for a glorious two days of festivities with unmissable Halal street food stalls, live cookery theatre, shopping stalls, live entertainment and best of all, entry is completely free.
Eid in the Square celebrations are also taking place in Trafalgar Square.
The celebration that follows the end of Ramadan returns for its 17th year to showcase the very best Islamic inspired art, culture and comedy with contemporary and traditional performances on the main stage alongside a feast of food stalls from across the world lining the Square.
Eid in the Square takes place in Trafalgar Square from 12pm-6pm on Saturday 7 May, and it’s free to attend.
On Monday 2 May, meanwhile, the London Eye will be illuminated with a crescent moon light display at 7.45pm, to mark Eid al-Fitr.
Eid in the Park will take place on Monday May 2 at Small Heath Park, Birmingham.
People are expected to arrive from 8am with the prayer to begin at 9.30am. Officials have asked people to try to get there by 8.45am.
A marquee will be set up for guests and the media to view the prayer service. If the forecast is for rain or the ground is already too wet for an outdoor service, all prayers will be moved to Green Lane Masjid and Community Centre in Small Heath.
Eid in the Park is a free 2-day event that will begin on Monday May 2. The event is open from 10am- 8pm at Platt Fields Park, Fallowfield, Manchester and will have stalls, food, and rides to enjoy.
The Eid prayer will be hald at 9.30 am.
Eid in The Park will take place on Infirmary Fields on Lumb Lane, Bradford on May 1 and 2.
Worshippers are invited to bring their prayer mat and a fold up chair to follow the Sunnah of the Prophet and join with the Eid Prayer. The event will start at 9.30 am.