A feast, of the harvest or thanksgiving type (as differentiated from a formal banquet) has, oddly, a meaning which varies according to the age of the dreamer, for the young to early middle-aged it is a happy omen of abundance, but for the elderly or old it is a dream of contrary and signifies some unexpected financial difficulty.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams
It reflects your emotional need to give yourself a banquet. Your appetite can be both sexual and nutrition-related. You must find such vital imbalance that seeks to be satisfied. On the other hand, you may be too lenient with yourself, or you just want to gobble all material goods.
It is important to be aware of your own desires’ limits.
If you enjoy it during the dream, all is good. If, however, you feel sick or you reject the feast you will experience disappointment.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams
(arb. Eid-ul Fitr; Lesser Bairam; Ramadan; 1st of Shawwal) Witnessing the feast of breaking the fast of Ramadan in a dream means overcoming depression, dispelling stress, regaining joy, ease in one’s life, acceptance of one’s prayers, repentance from sin, recovering one’s losses, relief, finding a lost object, prosperity, comfort, spending money and exchanging gifts.
(Also see Feast of Immolation)... Islamic Dream Interpretation
(Hajj; Eid-ul Adha; Feast of sacrifice; 10th of Zul-Hijjah; Greater Bairam; Manumission; Sacrifice; Pilgrimage; Responding) Witnessing the Feast of Immolation (arb. Eid-ul Adha) in a dream means reminiscing the past, renewal of past celebrations, reviving a state of joy, recapturing moments of one’s pleasant past, escape from destruction, salvation, redemption, release from prison or freedom from debts.
(Also see Feast of Breaking the Fast; Ram; Sacrifice)... Islamic Dream Interpretation