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Eid in Dubai

Where to celebrate Eid Al Adha in Dubai

Tue, June 6, 2023

From concerts to shopping deals and delectable dining moments, here are the best ways to join in the festivities this year.

From concerts to shopping deals and delectable dining moments, here are the best ways to join in the festivities this year.

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Watch Hussain Al Jassmi and Kadim Al Sahir live

DSS opening Dubai
It promises to be an unforgettable night as acclaimed singers Hussain Al Jassmi and Kadim Al Sahir take to the stage at the Coca-Cola Arena on 1 July. Together, the duo will belt out their most popular numbers like Boshret Kheir, Wallah Mayiswa, Ana Wa Laila and Ha Habibi during this epic concert to mark the Eid weekend and the start of Dubai Summer Surprises.
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Don’t miss comedians Josh Widdicombe and Rob Beckett

Parenting Hell Live at Dubai Opera
Josh Widdicombe and Rob Beckett’s book Parenting Hell is a Sunday Times bestseller, and their podcast of the same name – with a whopping 50 million downloads to date – has been consistently topping charts around the globe. The British comedians and authors are heading down to Dubai Opera for an exclusive Middle East show on 3 July, where they will share the highs and lows of raising kids in current times.
Parenting Hell
Live shows
  • 3 Jul 2023
  • Dubai Opera
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Book your tickets to La Perle

la-perle
For a truly unique theatre experience, book tickets to La Perle – the region's first permanent show that combines breathtaking choreography with daring stunts, in a novel 'aqua theatre'. You'll be on the edge of your seat as world-class artists perform remarkable feats, including aerial acrobatics, death-defying dives and unbelievable motorcycle tricks – this act never fails to impress.
La Perle by Dragone
Live shows
  • 3 May 2024 - 31 Jul 2024
  • Al Habtoor City, 260 Sheikh Zayed Rd, Business Bay - Dubai
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Go shopping to win prizes

Dubai Summer Surprises 2018
There’s an exclusive AED200,000 up for grabs and it could be yours with just a simple purchase at one of the participating malls and shopping destinations in the city. How do you win one of these ultimate prizes? Shop from 15 June until the last two days of Eid and when you spend AED200 you’ll receive a digital raffle coupon. 10 shoppers will each win AED5,000, six will take home AED10,000 and another six lucky winners will each win the grand prize of AED15,000 each. 
Dubai Summer Surprises
Dubai Summer Surprises
  • 28 Jun 2024 - 1 Sep 2024
  • Citywide
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Watch cultural and heritage events at malls citywide

Emirati dancers with visitors
Celebrate Eid Al Fitr with a touch of culture and watch traditional Emirati groups performing folkloric dance and music representing the culture and heritage of the United Arab Emirates. If you haven’t been lucky enough to catch Ayala dancers yet, make a plan to see them during one of their Eid performances. An embodiment of Emirati values and heritage, the Ayala dance sees male performers holding thin bamboo canes and moving to a steady rhythm of drums. 
Traditional Emirati bands live
Eid in Dubai
  • 10 Apr 2024 - 12 Apr 2024
  • Mall of the Emirates, City Centre Mirdif, City Walk, Dubai Festival City Mall, Ibn Battuta Mall, Circle Mall, City Centre Deira, Nakheel Mall, The Outlet Village, Al Seef, Al Khawaneej Walk, Bluwaters and The Beach, JBR
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My world, your adventure

Mother and son in ball pit

Summer in Dubai is always a blast at Modesh World. The free-to-enter indoor ‘edutainment’ destination boasts an array of themed games, learning zones and fun activities for kids of all ages. This year's edition will take place from 26 June to 27 August in halls 3-8 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Go on, start planning your visits here for the next few months and enjoy immersive family-centric entertainment.

Modesh World
Modesh
  • 27 Aug 2023
  • Dubai World Trade Centre
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