happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 4 - 6 November
Things To Do For The Weekend 4 - 6 November
Updated on 03 November 2022

Can you hear the clock ticking? It is time to countdown the hours till the highly awaited weekend.

With the weekend almost here, living in Dubai just means way more opportunities and events to make the days off more worthwhile. 

If you need some suggestions to make it a fun weekend, keep reading to spend days going yaaaay!

Dubai World Padel Championships

When Till 5 November

Where Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium

Padel tennis is taking the world by storm, and Dubai is hosting the championship that will see 16 different teams from around the world, going head-to-head to win the title. Two championships will take place, one for women and another for men. Entry to the event is free to all.



ABOVE Festival

When 4 November

Where P7 Arena at Media One Hotel

Get ready to dance the weekend away to amazing house music at the ABOVE Festival. Held at P7 Arena at Media One Hotel, enjoy performances from local and international artists, including Majestic, Hayley May, Natalie Brogan, Blaise, Nick Holmes and Beth Marie. Prices for the show start at Dhs 125.



PaRus Fest

When 4 November

Where Burj Al Arab

Delight in the final night of the sixth edition of PaRus Music Fest. Held at Burj Al Arab, the show features Italian dancer and singer In-Grid, Russian-American singer Luba Uspenskaya and Russian pop singer Philipp Kirkorov. For prices starting at Dhs 2,500, guests can enjoy a spectacular reception, dinner and music performances this weekend.



Under Armour Turf Games

When 4 to 5 November

Where ISD Football Stadium, Dubai Sports City

Fitness enthusiasts can put their skills to the test with a two-day event at ISD Football Stadium. Compete in teams of five and test out your physical and mental strength from deadlifts, squats, rope climbing and more. Prices start at Dhs 1,432 for each team of five, with categories of everyday, intermediate and elite available.



Break The Block

When 4 and 5 November

Where Dubai Design District

Get ready for a weekend filled with food, music and unlimited fun. The Break The Block festival offers visitors with the opportunity to tuck into a wide array of food choices from various food trucks, and has a fantastic lineup of artists from Danny Neville, Freek, Casa Vince and more. Prices start at Dhs 75 for people aged 14 years and above and Dhs 125 for 21 years and over.



Candlelight: Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake & More

When 5 November

Where The Theatre at Mall of the Emirates

Watch an amazing reenactment of Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake, The Nutcracker and The Sleeping Beauty this weekend. Held at The Theatre at Mall of the Emirates, the performance will be illuminated by candles. As the string quartet plays, enjoy a stunning performance by ballerinas. Prices start at Dhs 150, with two shows held at 6.30pm and 9pm.



Salah El Daly Live

When 5 November

Where Dubai College

Hilarious Egyptian actor, presenter and comedian Salad El Daly is ready to make you laugh all the stress from the busy week away. To add to the laughs, UAE-based comedian, Mo Badr will also join on stage for a fun laughter fest. Ticket prices start at Dhs 69.



Manbat Farmers Market

When 5 November

Where Marsa Plaza Promenade, Dubai Festival City

Delight in spending your Saturday at the Emirati farmer's market at Marsa Plaza Promenade at Dubai Festival City. Held every Saturday from 4pm to midnight, enjoy shopping for fresh vegetables and fruit, as well as local produce. The pop-up market will also have coffee vendors, plant shops and vendors serving speciality drinks. 



Classic Energy: Grand Piano Music

When 5 November

Where Theatre of Digital Art

Spend the weekend surrounded by music as the Classic Energy Orchestra plays beautiful piano melodies. With stunning visuals, the show is a must-watch and will feature the scores and works of Hans Zimmer and Yann Tiersen. Prices start at Dhs 250.



Arte by Mercato

When 5 November

Where Mercato Mall

Enjoy shopping for a variety of handmade crafts this Saturday. The Arte by Mercato market has around 35 artists from the UAE, selling one-of-a-kind pieces, that make for a great gift or keepsake.



Dubai Ride

When 6 November

Where Sheikh Zayed Road

Ride down Sheikh Zayed Road at the third edition of Dubai Ride. Choose between distances of 4km and 12km, and while riding past, enjoy the view of the iconic landmarks of Dubai. The event is free to enter.



I Spy With My Little Eye

When 5 and 6 November

Where Theatre by QE2

The latest release by author Steven Lee, 'I Spy With My Little Eye', is being brought to life, and will be held across two days this weekend. The story follows Molly and Bingo the puppy as they sing, play games and go on a treasure hunt. Prices start at Dhs 75.



Fast + Fresh Festival

When 5 and 6 November

Where The Junction, Alserkal Avenue

The Short and Sweet Theatre is bringing a special event for the younger crowd. Shining a light on the young stars, short acts of 10 minutes will be held where all young actors, writers and directors can participate. Tickets start at Dhs 80.



Emirates Intercontinental Beach Soccer Cup

When Till 6 November

Where Kite Beach

The 11th edition of the Emirates Intercontinental Beach Soccer Cup is being held and will see eight different teams competing to win the title in the free-to-attend event. This weekend cheer on your favourite team as UAE, Iran, Brazil, Spain, Saudi Arabia, Paraguay, Japan and USA play against one another.



City Walk Unplugged

When Till 13 November

Where City Walk

City Walk is hosting a free showcase for all the up-and-coming artists in Dubai. The 24-concert series running till 13 November, will have Daneel Sayeegh and Harget Kart perform on 4 November, DJ Pinkfish and Aline Lahoud on 5 November and Hallwaiboiz and Big Sam perform on 6 November.



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