happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 6 - 8 May
Things To Do For The Weekend 6 - 8 May
Updated on 06 May 2022

With some of us going back to work after the long break and some still enjoying the last few days left of the holidays, this weekend is definitely going to be fun and one to look forward to by all. From watching live performances to being a part of a food festival, here are some things to do over the weekend.

Pankaj Udhas Live

When 6 May

Where Dubai World Trade Centre

The iconic and popular Pankaj Udhas is set to take the stage at the Rashid Hall at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The artist has been in the industry for over 40 years and is known for songs like Chitthi Aayee Hai', 'Aur Aahista' and more. The singer will perform alongside 15 other musicians.

www.dubai.platinumlist.net

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Shreya Goshal Live

When 7 May

Where Coca Cola Arena

Shreya Goshal, known for singing in over 20 different regional languages will perform at the Coca Cola Arena. The singer will perform some of her top hits like 'Barso Re', 'Dil Dooba' and more.

www.coca-cola-arena.com

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Jason Byrne Live

When 6 and 7 May

Where McGettigan's JLT

The hilarious comedian, Jason Byrne is back in Dubai and will perform a fun stand up act at The Baggot at McGettigan's JLT. Performing for two nights only, the show is sure to have you laughing for days.

www.mcgettigans.com

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Louna The Flowers Fiesta

When 6 and 7 May

Where The Theatre at Mall of the Emirates

Louna is set to take her kids on a fun adventure this month at The Theatre at Mall of the Emirates. Go on an exciting journey with Louna and her friends and enjoy singing and dancing on the way.

www.artforall.ae

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Violin In Manhattan

When 8 May

Where Dubai Opera

The InClassica International Music Festival is back and will host a series of amazing performances from soloists, orchestras and conductors. Violin In Manhattan will see Sergej Krylov, a leading violinist play along with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra. The performance will be conducted by maestro Dmitry Yablonsky.

www.dubaiopera.com

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Dubai Food Festival

When Till 15 May

Where Around Dubai

Foodies, this is for you! With so many restaurants to try out in Dubai, enjoy a wide range of delicious dishes and cuisine during the food festival. From street food to limited-edition menus, there is something delicious for every taste.

www.dubaifoodfestival.com

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