happenings this month DSF Is Coming Back With Amazing Events And Activities!
DSF Is Coming Back With Amazing Events And Activities!
Updated on 09 December 2022

The Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) is coming back for its 28th edition, and will bring back many amazing events from 15 December to 29 January 2023.

Enjoy great shopping deals, unique dining experiences, live performances, raffles and deals and more around Dubai.

Over 800 brands across 3,500 outlets will offer 25% to 75% discounts throughout the festival. with DSF Daily Surprises coming back to offer incredible deals from different brands for one day only and announced 24 hours prior.

Tunes DXB, the iconic ten days celebration of music from 6 to 15 January 2023, will return with live performances from emerging talents, including Hamdan Al Abri, Alya Al Ali, Maitha Al Mansoori, and Shebani, from 5 pm to 11 pm.

Opening night fireworks for DSF will be held at The Beach, Burj Al Arab, Dubai Frame, Al Seef, Dubai Creek, and Dubai Festival City Mall on 15 December at 9pm, and from 16 December onwards, daily firework shows will be held at 8.30pm or 9pm at the six locations.

The DSF Drone Show will also return with two new shows inspired by the retail shopping deals at DSF and the future of Dubai, with the shows held twice daily at 7pm and 10pm at The Beach and Bluewaters opposite Jumeirah Beach Residence.

On New Year’s Eve, the show timings will be at 8pm and 1pm.

From 23 December to 8 January 2023, a new concept will be held at Last Exit Al Khawaneej, with old-school pop-ups from the 80s, 90s, and early 2000s.

Dubai Beats will also make a comeback offering visitors ten artists ranging from various genres on 6 and 7 January 2023.

To get into the DSF spirit, Dubai will be decked out in lights and decor to add to the building excitement.

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