happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 1 - 3 April
Things To Do For The Weekend 1 - 3 April
Updated on 31 March 2022

Expo 2020 Dubai may have come to an end, but that does not mean there is void of things to do and see with friends and family in Dubai. In Dubai there are always a multitude of things to visit and experience and if you are looking for something fun to do this weekend, look no further.

The Beach Swim Race 2

When 2 April

Where JBR

Enjoy a fun swim at JBR at The Beach Swim Race 2. Choose between 800 metres and 1 mile races for individuals aged 10 and above, 400 metres for people aged 8 and older and a 200 metres option for children aged 8 to 12 years. All participants will receive a medal.

www.raceme.ae

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Krazy Kitchen 

When 2 April

Where The Theatre at the Mall of the Emirates

Let your child spend their Saturday with loads of fun at the Krazy Kitchen at The Theatre at the Mall of the Emirates. Watch Magic Phil joined by Emma Quintin as Chef Mixy and Chef Stiry. Kids will have a fun time learning how to make Ramadan cookies as well as have a good laugh.

www.ae.bookmyshow.com

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Nad Al Sheba Sports Tournament 

When Till 17 April

Where Nad Al Sheba Sports Complex

The 9th edition of the Nad Al Sheba Sports Tournament is here and sporting enthusiasts can enjoy taking. Held yearly during Ramadan, the tournaments will offer competitions with cash prizes. This weekend will see the NAS Jiu Jitsu Championship as well as the NAS Padel Championship being held.

www.nassports.com

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Ramadan Wonders

When Throughout Ramadan

Where Global Village 

With Global Village now extending till 7 May, guests can enjoy a wonderful celebration during the Holy Month of Ramadan. Delight in delicious iftar and suhoor at the Majlis of the World from 6pm to 2pm daily for Dhs 150. Enjoy playing board games, tucking into scrumptious food and live entertainment.

www.globalvillage.ae

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Colour Garden by Hamra Abbas Exhibition 

When Till 7 May

Where Lawrie Shabibi

Held at the Lawrie Shabibi Gallery at Alserkal Avenue, the Colour Garden by Hamra Abbas Exhibition will offer visitors stunning marble inlay art pieces. Known for ‘Garden’ at Expo 2020 Dubai, the exhibition will display art inspired by colour, geometry and architectural gardens. 

www.lawrieshabibi.com

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Dubai Sports World

When Dubai World Trade Centre

Where Till 21 September

The Dubai Sports World at the Dubai World Trade Centre is back for the next six months and offers sports enthusiasts the opportunity to play, receive coaching and be a part of academics in football, cricket, padel, tennis and more.

www.dubaisportsworld.ae

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