SIKKA Art Fair A flagship initiative of the Dubai Art Season, the SIKKA Art Fair is held under the patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors Office at Dubai Culture. The event was created to support and showcase Emirati artists as well as up-and-coming artists based throughout the region. The SIKKA Art Fair is built around artist-led practices, initiatives and discourse and runs a diverse programme of events for all the community to enjoy including fascinating art exhibitions, inspiring installations, live music from local musicians, thought-provoking film, interactive workshops and more. The exact dates will be announced closer to the event.
The Dubai World Cup is an annual horse race in Dubai which is held at the Meydan Racecourse. Founded in 1996, the event was created through the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. The Dubai World Cup provides a truly global stage upon which the best horses in the world come to compete and has established itself as one of the most important events in the international horse racing calendar. Each year, UAE residents and visiting guests from around the world flock to the state-of-the-art Meydan grandstand to catch all of the exciting equestrian action.
The global superstar comedian is arriving in Dubai with his latest world tour Deported
this June when world-famous pop-rock band Maroon 5 returns to Dubai for the first time in eight years
Bay Avenue for its 10th season with a new selection of local and organic goods, from farm-to-table fruits and vegetables to freshly baked goods
e are back again with yet another incredible selection of designers showcasing exquisite couture, accessories and home decor creations.
Downtown Dubai is hosting a free pop-up cinema with food trucks and beanbags for everyone to kick it back in the urban outdoors.
Ramadan Cannons 2019 Dubai Events A centuries-old custom, guns are shot day by day amid Ramadan to stamp the beginning of Iftar, the breaking of the quick. This year, you can hear the guns in new areas which incorporate City Walk and Madinat Jumeirah. Here is a full rundown of the areas: 1. Madinat Jumeirah 2. Burj Khalifa 3. City Walk 4. Al Mankhool 5. Al Baraha 6. Al Khawaneej
Iftar at Dubai Opera 2019 Dubai Events Iftar, which flag the breaking of the Ramadan quick at dusk, is praised with noteworthy loftiness and energy crosswise over Dubai. Energizing encounters spring up from one end of the city to the next, yet few can contrast with Dubai Musical show’s exquisite issue this year. Appreciate five-star cooking in a grand setting while at the same time being serenaded by traditional and oriental live stimulation. The dinner will include Arabic and worldwide enjoyments and live stations, alongside a spread of divine treats to make this intricate undertaking one to recall. The iftar is accessible day by day during the time of Ramadan, so everyone an opportunity to book this one of a kind feasting knowledge. Note that limits are accessible for gathering appointments with in excess of 11 visitors. Youngsters under six eat for nothing, while kids between the ages of six and 11 get half off.
Iftar at Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding 2019 Dubai Events Enjoy an Iftar experience with local flavour at the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding in the heart of the Al Fahidi Historical District. Join your Emirati hosts in the delightful setting of a traditional windtower house to the sound of the athan, the call to prayer, and observe them as they pray before breaking their fast. Start the experience with Arabic coffee and dates followed by an Iftar meal featuring a delicious collection of Emirati dishes and the chance to ask your hosts about the symbolism and traditions of the season and the UAE. A visit to the nearby Diwan mosque before dessert and tea back at the centre bring the experience to a genteel conclusion. Kids’ activities included.
Cinemajlis 2019 Dubai Events During Ramadan, the holy month of fasting, Cinema Akil and Project Chaiwala are joining up to transform Dubai’s first independent cinema into a dining majlis. Head over to the theater for Iftar, where you will find an offering of casual, family-style South Asian cuisine followed by screenings of award-winning regional films all month long. Add to the mix games, talks, and performances for a truly entertaining Ramadan experience. Movies will also be showing before Iftar time on weekends. Films screening at Cinemajlis: The Poetess: 8-11 May Naila and the Uprising: 10-13 May & 16-17 May The Journey: 17-25 May & 29 May Night/Ext: 24-28 May & 30 May – 1 June