happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 29 - 31 March
Things To Do For The Weekend 29 - 31 March
Updated on 28 March 2024

Get ready to spice up your weekend in Dubai with Discover Dubai's guide to the coolest events in town! From soulful concerts to Ramadan specials, we've got you covered for a weekend packed with fun and excitement. 

Enjoy Arabic Classical Music With Snezana Ivkovic’s String Trio And Sharqiyat Choir

When 29 March 

Where Theatre Of Digital Art, Souk Madinat Jumeirah

Experience the magic of Arabic classical music with Snezana Ivkovic’s String Trio and Sharqiyat Choir. In this special 360° concert, they'll perform cherished melodies from the Arab world on traditional instruments like the Arabic violin and Oud. From Umm Kulthum's Alf Leila Wa Leila to Fairoz's Nassam Alayna El Hawa, immerse yourself in cultural heritage through music. Tickets for this immersive experience start from Dhs 190.

www.toda.ae

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Watch A Stand-Up Comedy Show, She Said What

When 29 March 

Where Zabeel Theatre, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray 

Head to Zabeel Theatre on 29 March for a stand-up comedy show hosted by renowned comedian Imah Dumagay. Featuring an all-female lineup including Sahar Ali, Valentina Danubio, Noha Bashir, Roula Kurban, Roxy Yekta, and Denise Alexe, this 90-minute show promises non-stop laughter. Tickets start from Dhs 150 for an evening of hilarious one-liners and witty comedy sets.

www.artforall.ae

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Laugh With The Selfdrive Laughter Factory’s Sticky Social Glue Tour

When 29 and 30 March 

Where Movenpick JBR

Prepare for an evening of laughter as The Selfdrive Laughter Factory brings its Sticky Social Glue tour to Dubai! Enjoy hilarious comedy with Jack Skipper, Brian Aylward, and Siren Valentina. With hilarious one-liners and observational comedy, this one will have you in stitches. Tickets are Dhs 160 per person, and all shows start at 8.30pm. Don't miss out on the funniest tour in town!

www.thelaughterfactory.com

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Enjoy Ramadan Fireworks 

When 29 to 31 March 

Where Bluewaters And The Beach, JBR 

Experience the magic of Ramadan with breathtaking fireworks lighting up the night sky! Join in the celebration at Bluewaters and The Beach, JBR from 29 to 31 March. Admission is free, so bring your loved ones for an unforgettable evening. 

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Watch Dubai World Cup Finals 

When 30 March 

Where Meydan Racecourse, Nad Al Sheba

Get ready for the highly anticipated Dubai World Cup happening at Meydan Racecourse on March 30. It's set to be an exciting mix of top-class sports and social festivities. With a whopping $30.5 million in prize money distributed among nine prestigious races and an impressive Guinness World Records-breaking closing ceremony, this event promises unmatched dining and entertainment. Tickets start from just Dhs 25, so don't miss out!

www.dubairacingclub.com

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Laugh Out Loud With Comedy Village

When 30 March 

Where Zabeel Theatre, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray 

Prepare for an evening of laughter as 'Comedy Village' arrives in Dubai! Experience a night of hilarious comedy featuring Lebanon's top talents. Enjoy the comedic brilliance of Abbas Jaafar and Junaid Zeinelddine, along with a special guest opening act by Areej Elhajj. Abbas is a renowned actor and musician, while Junaid is known for his roles on TV and Netflix. Don't miss the comedic stylings of Areej El Hajj as she brings her character Siham, to life. The event will be hosted by the talented Arze Chidiac. Tickets start from Dhs 135 for a night of non-stop laughter!

www.artforall.ae

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Dreams Of Rumi By Mr. Dervish And His Ensemble

When 31 March 

Where Theatre Of Digital Art, Souk Madinat Jumeirah

Experience the profound wisdom of Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi through poetry, music, and Sufi Whirling at a 360° event. Join Mr. Dervish and his ensemble for a 90-minute journey into Rumi's world, exploring life's challenges, inner peace, and the path to love. Tickets start from Dhs 190 for this enchanting experience.

www.toda.ae

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Enjoy Ramadan Nights 

When Until 31 March

Where Al Shindagha Museum, Dubai Creek

Experience the spirit of Ramadan at Al Shindagha Museum in Dubai Creek during 'Ramadan Nights' from up to 31 March. Dive into local heritage with workshops on crafting traditional attire, palm frond weaving, and perfume making. Children can enjoy interactive activities like henna applications and crafting Emirati jewellery. A Ramadan market, in collaboration with the 'EmpowerHer' initiative, will showcase handcrafted products. You can also indulge in Suhoor meals from various vendors at the museum's visitor centre from 9pm onwards. Admission is free, and you can pay for meals and workshops on-site. 

www.alshindagha.dubaiculture.gov.ae

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Try Different Dishes At Ramadan Street Food Festival

When Until 7 April 

Where Sheikh Hamdan Colony, Al Karama

Indulge in a culinary journey at the Ramadan Street Food Festival until 7 April at Sheikh Hamdan Colony in Al Karama. Explore delectable delights from over 55 restaurants, offering special menus from Iftar till late at night. Discover savoury kebabs, sweet treats, and international cuisines that celebrate Dubai's rich culture. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere with Ramadan lights and entertaining activities. Enjoy a unique dining experience and make lasting memories together this Ramadan. 

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