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Falcon’s Creative Group to master plan world-first Dragon Ball theme park

Leading themed entertainment design firm Falcon’s Creative Group has been announced as the master planner for the upcoming Dragon Ball theme park in Qiddiya, Saudi Arabia






Falcon’s Creative Group has been announced as master planner and attraction designer for the upcoming Dragon Ball theme park, with the company set to bring the highly-anticipated project to life through a combination of creative design, immersive media, and cutting-edge technology.

Announced by the Qiddiya Investment Company (QIC) in March, the world-first Dragon Ball park will cover more than 500,000sq m (5.3 million sq ft) and will feature seven zones, each inspired by the seven Dragon Balls the series takes its name from.

The project is being developed and built with creative oversight from Falcon’s Creative Group, with visitors able to experience the world of Dragon Ball from the first Dragon Ball series to Dragon Ball Super.

In the park, guests will visit landmarks from the series, such as Kame House, Capsule Corporation and Beerus’ Planet, with more than 30 rides and five other attractions that QIC says are accessible to everyone and will “push the boundaries of ride experiences”.

In the park’s centre, a rollercoaster features as the anchor attraction, with the ride passing through a 70m (230ft) model of Shenron - the magical dragon from the anime.

“It has been a true source of pride for our company to serve as a lead creative consultant for the Dragon Ball Theme Park,” said Cecil Magpuri, CEO of Falcon’s Beyond.

“Qiddiya Investment Company, Toei Animation and our team hold a shared vision to reimagine the world of entertainment and delight consumers in new, innovative ways. This theme park will do just that.”

In addition to the Dragon Ball theme park, Falcon’s Creative Group is also supporting the creative development of multiple entertainment experiences within Qiddiya City, including master planning the Qiddiya Water Theme Park, which will be supplied by WhiteWater and will feature a variety of groundbreaking and record-breaking products. Falcon’s is also supporting development for the world’s first Gaming and Esports district, also set to be part of the Qiddiya destination.

The park will house five rides and more than 30 attractions featuring Dragon Ball characters and iconography   CREDIT: TOEI ANIMATION



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Falcon’s Creative Group to master plan world-first Dragon Ball theme park

Leading themed entertainment design firm Falcon’s Creative Group has been announced as the master planner for the upcoming Dragon Ball theme park in Qiddiya, Saudi Arabia





Falcon’s Creative Group has been announced as master planner and attraction designer for the upcoming Dragon Ball theme park, with the company set to bring the highly-anticipated project to life through a combination of creative design, immersive media, and cutting-edge technology.

Announced by the Qiddiya Investment Company (QIC) in March, the world-first Dragon Ball park will cover more than 500,000sq m (5.3 million sq ft) and will feature seven zones, each inspired by the seven Dragon Balls the series takes its name from.

The project is being developed and built with creative oversight from Falcon’s Creative Group, with visitors able to experience the world of Dragon Ball from the first Dragon Ball series to Dragon Ball Super.

In the park, guests will visit landmarks from the series, such as Kame House, Capsule Corporation and Beerus’ Planet, with more than 30 rides and five other attractions that QIC says are accessible to everyone and will “push the boundaries of ride experiences”.

In the park’s centre, a rollercoaster features as the anchor attraction, with the ride passing through a 70m (230ft) model of Shenron - the magical dragon from the anime.

“It has been a true source of pride for our company to serve as a lead creative consultant for the Dragon Ball Theme Park,” said Cecil Magpuri, CEO of Falcon’s Beyond.

“Qiddiya Investment Company, Toei Animation and our team hold a shared vision to reimagine the world of entertainment and delight consumers in new, innovative ways. This theme park will do just that.”

In addition to the Dragon Ball theme park, Falcon’s Creative Group is also supporting the creative development of multiple entertainment experiences within Qiddiya City, including master planning the Qiddiya Water Theme Park, which will be supplied by WhiteWater and will feature a variety of groundbreaking and record-breaking products. Falcon’s is also supporting development for the world’s first Gaming and Esports district, also set to be part of the Qiddiya destination.

The park will house five rides and more than 30 attractions featuring Dragon Ball characters and iconography   CREDIT: TOEI ANIMATION



 



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