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DSF Is Back Again!
Updated on 15 December 2021

The 27th edition of the Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) is back for the year and is set to offer individuals with a variety of deals, entertainment, prizes, events and fun.

The long-running retail festival will run from 15 December 2021 to 30 January 2022.

The opening ceremony on 15 December will feature performances by Balqees Fathi, an Emirati superstar and Mohamed Hamaki, an Egyptian artist, with tickets priced at Dhs 75.

The DSF Drone Show will also return at Bluewaters and at Ain Dubai and will be held daily at 7.15pm and at 9.30pm.

Markets like the Etisalat Market OTB in Burj Park and the DSF Market at Al Seef will also be held along with the DSF firework show at Dubai Festival City Mall.

Throughout the festival, delight in getting amazing discounts on beauty, fashion, shoes, sports, home decor and more and participate in the daily raffles and draws to get a chance to win prizes worth around Dhs 30 million.

A new pop up concept called Ladies Homegrown Pop-Ups will be held at various locations in Dubai and will offer a space to support Emirati women in their homegrown businesses.

Additionally, the Dubai Gold and Jewellery Group Raffle will see shoppers on a spend of Dhs 500, get a chance to win up to a quarter kilogram of gold, every alternate day during DSF.

Shoppers can now scan the QR code on the DSF shopping bags at various stores and receive fun surprises and can also check out six art installations by international artists around Dubai, as part of the Dubai Lights project.

For more information, visit the DSF website.

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