happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 31 March - 2 April
Things To Do For The Weekend 31 March - 2 April
Updated on 30 March 2023

It's time to scream and shout because the weekend is almost here!

Dubai always has a host of events and activations happening, that the opportunities to find something new to do are endless. Be it visiting amazing Ramadan markets or listening to music for the soul, this weekend is no different.

Here is a look at just some of the exciting things that are happening in Dubai over the next few days.

The Jazz Garden

When 31 March

Where The Arena at Phileas Fogg's, Emirates Hills

Jazz enthusiasts are in for a treat as The Arena at Phileas Fogg's is hosting a brilliant event this weekend. Enjoy a fantastic lineup of popular musicians, and while grooving to the music, tuck into multiple dishes. Entry prices for the event start at Dhs 95.



Ramadan Street Food Festival 

When 31 March to 9 April

Where Sheikh Hamdan Colony, Karama

Foodies, this weekend is sure to be one for the books. For ten days, delight in a great Ramadan Street Food Festival with dishes from over 70 different restaurants to try out. From savoury to sweet, across a a variety of cuisines, there is something for everyone to try as well as fun activities to do.



Candlelight: A Tribute to Coldplay

When 1 April

Where The Theatre at The Mall of the Emirates

Enjoy a beautiful tribute performance this weekend with amazing music by the British rock band Coldplay. While being surrounded by multiple candles, the show will feature a brilliant pianist playing songs including 'Fix You', 'Paradise', 'Clocks', 'In My Place' and more. Prices start at Dhs 150.



Ramadan Fireworks Night

When 1 April

Where Bluewaters and The Beach, JBR

Who does not love a stunning spectacle where fireworks light up the sky? To mark the Holy Month of Ramadan, on 1 April at 10pm, head down to Bluewaters and The Beach, JBR and watch fireworks decorate the sky.



Ramadan at Alserkal Avenue

When 1 to 9 April

Where Alserkal Avenue

During the Holy Month of Ramadan, break the fast with a delicious Iftar at Alserkal Avenue, and then stay and make the most of some amazing activities happening. Delight in catching a movie at Cinema Akil, listening to poetry, storytelling sessions, coffee-making workshops and more. 



Cacao Mediation 360

When 2 April

Where Theatre of Digital Art

Looking for a way to de-stress and relax over the weekend? Then the Cacao Meditation 360 is a great activity to try out this weekend. Under the direction of Dr Lanalle Dunn, the one-hour meditation session begins with drinking cacao, the seed from which chocolate is made,  Attendees are sure to leave feeling rejuvenated and filled with gratitude. Prices start at Dhs 270.



JP Open

When Till 14 April

Where Just Padel, Mina Rashid

The second edition of the JP Open is here and is offering sports fans the chance to enjoy playing rounds of padel, with a total of over prize fund of over Dhs 100,000 up for grabs. Registration fees start at Dhs 250, with various categories available based on the level of playing, perfect for beginners to pros.



Ramadan District 

When Till 20 April

Where Jumeirah Emirates Towers

Looking for a great way to celebrate Emirati traditions during the Holy Month, then the Ramadan District is one to visit this weekend. Enjoy shopping for a variety of products ranging from home decor, clothing, kitchen accessories and more, as well as tucking into amazing dishes. A special play area will be dedicated for children to have a blast. Entry is free to all.



Ramadan in Dubai Reflections

When Till 29 April

Where Al Seef and Al Khawaneej Al Habbai Mosque

Al Seef and Al Khawaneej Al Habbai Mosque are bringing excitement to the Holy Month of Ramadan with amazing activations. Delight in stunning light displays from projections to lanterns, and entertainment from quanun and oud players at both locations. The event runs till 10 April at Al Khawaneej Al Habbai Mosque and till 22 April at Al Seef. Entry is free to all.



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