happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 15 - 17 March
Things To Do For The Weekend 15 - 17 March
Updated on 14 March 2024

With the weekend around the corner, if you are planning to explore Dubai and attend some of the best concerts and events, then look no further as Discover Dubai is here to help you plan the best weekend with its things-to-do recommendations. 

Journey Of Self-Discovery With Ksenia Shardt

When 15 March 

Where Theatre Of Digital Art, Souk Madinat Jumeirah

Start your weekend on a calming note by partaking in a meditation session with Ksenia Shardt, a wellness advocate and essential oil expert. With 12 years of aromatherapy experience, she believes scents unlock the mind. Using premium oils, this meditation session guides you to your authentic self and true desires. Close your eyes, inhale deeply, and let the scents melt away negativity. Tickets for this experience start from Dhs 150.



Check Out Ramadan Nights 

When 15 and 16 March 

Where Etihad Museum, 1 Jumeirah Street, Al Mina

The first series of Ramadan Nights organised by Dubai Culture and Arts Authority will take place at the Etihad Museum on 15 and 16 March, revolving around the UAE's involvement in the development and construction of the lunar space station. A range of entertainment shows and workshops, in partnership with the Dubai Astronomy Group and Gulf Photo Plus will be available at Ramadan Nights. These activities will enable visitors to delve into the mysteries of space and planets using a mobile planetarium and observation stations equipped with telescopes. You can visit here from 8pm to midnight. 



Check Out Ramadan Fireworks 

When 15 to 17 March

Bluewaters And The Beach, JBR 

Experience the magic of Ramadan with dazzling fireworks illuminating Dubai's night sky. From 15 to 17 March, gather with loved ones at Bluewaters or The Beach JBR for a mesmerising display. Starting at 10pm, these free-to-attend shows promise unforgettable moments. Create memories with family and friends amidst the breathtaking backdrop of sparkling lights.


Sounds of Sufi

When 16 March 

Where Theatre Of Digital Art, Souk Madinat Jumeirah

Dubai-based singer, actor and writer Fadi Rifaai is all set to let you experience the magic of Sufi poetry in a 90-minute immersive sound journey delving into the wisdom of Sufi mystics like Al-Hallaj and Ibn al-Farid. Get ready to experience poetry, authentic tabla sounds, and deep meditation. Tickets for this poetic experience start from Dhs 170; grab yours now.



Check Out Ramadan Majlis Nights At The Museum Of The Future

When 16 March

Where Museum Of The Future, Sheikh Zayed Road 

The first session of Ramadan Majlis Nights is taking place on 16 March and will focus on incorporating Islamic ethical values into contemporary scientific and technological research. The event will take place at the Museum Of The Future's lobby, and Dr. Roy Casagranda from Austin Community College, USA, and Dr. Mohamed Qasem, Dean of the Dubai Future Academy, will be featured speakers. 



Visit Ripe Market 

When 16 and 17 March 

Where Dubai Police Academy Park, Al Sufouh 1

Experience the essence of Ramadan at The Ripe Market, nestled in Dubai Police Academy Park. Delight in unique finds and delectable Iftar treats while supporting local artisans. Explore a plethora of goods, from fashion to homeware, crafted by creative minds across the emirate. Indulge in organic produce, freshly baked bread, and more from handpicked merchants. Open only on weekends, this vibrant bazaar invites you to immerse yourself in community spirit. On Saturdays, visit the market from 9am to 9pm and 9am to 7pm on Sundays with entry tickets priced at Dhs 5. 



Masha And The Bear Live 

When 16 and 17 March 

Where Coca-Cola Arena, Dubai 

Experience a live musical journey with Masha and The Bear like never before. Join these characters on an adventure suitable for the entire family, where you'll explore the wonders of the forest and meet its charming inhabitants. Accompanied by the Panda, Tiger, and Penguin, Masha and The Bear will embark on a worldwide train journey, uncovering the true essence of hope, dreams, and the importance of friendship. Tickets are available starting from Dhs 55.



Comedy Suhour With Hisham Haddad And Amal Taleb

When 16 and 17 March 

Where Al Sultan Majlis, Garden Lawn, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel

With Comedy Suhour at Al Sultan Majlis, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel, Hisham Haddad and Amal Taleb are all set to tickle those funny bones with their stand-up comedy. Enjoy a light-hearted stand-up comedy show touching on funny life situations. Get ready for an unforgettable night of wit and laughter. Tickets for this experience start from Dhs 550. 



Watch Oscar-nominated Films At Roxy Cinemas 

When Until 17 March 

Where Dubai Hills Mall, City Walk, The Beach JBR, Al Khawaneej, Boxpark

Watch top blockbusters and Oscar-nominated films at Roxy Cinemas until  17 March. You can enjoy these films at Roxy Cinemas in Dubai Hills Mall, City Walk, The Beach JBR, Al Khawaneej, and Boxpark. The event promises to showcase Best Picture nominees, provide the latest Oscar news and updates, host thrilling events, offer photo opportunities, and much more. With tickets starting at just Dhs 40, you can enjoy screenings of popular films like Barbie, Oppenheimer, Killers of the Flower Moon, Anatomy of a Fall, and The Holdovers in Roxy's gold, platinum, and silver viewing experiences. 



Centre Your Mind With Asma And Rita

When 17 March 

Where Theatre Of Digital Art, Souk Madinat Jumeirah

Asma and Rita, certified instructors in art and mindfulness, are all set to help you centre your mind with a one-hour session of mindful creation. With over 13 years of expertise, they'll guide you in centring your mind through clay moulding. Unplug from the daily rush and focus on the present moment. With no prior pottery experience needed, all you have to do is embrace the process. Tickets for this unique experience start from Dhs 295.



Participate In The Nad Al Sheba Sports Tournament

When Until 31 March 

Where Nad Al Sheba Sports Complex

Get ready to showcase your skills at the eleventh edition of the Nad Al Sheba (NAS) Sports Tournament, Dubai's largest sporting event during Ramadan. Hosted at the NAS Sports Complex, the tournament features nine diverse sports like Volleyball, Padel, Jiu-Jitsu, and more. Organised by the Dubai Sports Council, participants have the chance to compete for cash prizes across multiple categories. From padel tennis to wheelchair basketball, there's something for everyone, regardless of age or athletic ability. Registration is free, so seize this opportunity to join the action-packed festivities. 



Monster-Inflatable At Expo City 

When Until 9 April 

Where Al Wasl Plaza, Expo City Dubai 

Experience the world's largest inflatable obstacle course, spanning 300 metres with 42 obstacles, at Expo City. Bounce, slide, jump, and climb through this massive playground of fun. From exciting slides to jumps and challenging climbing walls, it's perfect for everyone. Available daily from 3pm to 11pm until 9 April, tickets for this experience start from Dhs 95. 


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