Hail celebrates its happy occasions with Saudi traditional dances with chants of melodious poetry written by locals. The enactment is rich in local folklore, which is a combination of Najdi and Northern Samiri styles.  Najdi dance has a style that is intrinsic to the Hail locals, While Samiri dance has unique rhythmic sounds.  The melodies of Rababah are played by the local Bedouins during the dance displays.

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