Things To Do In Dubai This Month

Things To Do In Dubai This Month

When: 11 February - 22 April
Salvador Dali The Memories

The life of the Spanish artist is currently on display at the DIFC Conference Centre making their debut in the Middle East. All pieces are handpicked and showcase original photographs, lithographs and paintings like the exclusive “Shower of Jasmine” which has only been available for viewing three times. Tickets are priced at Dhs 160.

When: 4-7 April
Almost, Maine at The Junction

Almost, Maine is a heart-warming story of a town Almost in Maine. The romantic comedy surrounding two of the town’s residents was written by American actor and playwright John Capriani in 2004. The play has become increasingly popular across schools in the United States and now will be performed at the Junction Theatre. Tickets are priced at Dhs 110.

When: 4-7 April
Disney on Ice - Passport to Adventure

Watch all your favourite Disney characters come to life. From Elsa, Anna, Simba and more, the night will truly take you on an adventure through all the classic Disney tales as you watch them glide and slide on the frozen floors. A great outing no matter your age because it’s not every day you see unforgettable characters on ice! Tickets start at Dhs 132.

When: 5-7 April
Middle East Film and Comic Con 2018

This year we are bound to see more celebrities of the film, television and comic world. And for the first time Netflix will also be present, including Natalia Dyer aka Nancy Wheeler from Stranger Things, as well as the launch of an Emirati graphic novel by UAE publisher, Kalimat. Tickets start at Dhs 110.

When: 6 April
SM Town Live in Dubai

The biggest K-pop concert will be coming to Dubai at the Autism Rocks Arena. The lineup includes huge names including EXO, Red Velvet, BoA and more. True K-pop fans will know exactly the who, what, where and when so all they must do is show up! Tickets start at Dhs 375.

When: 6 April
Chase & Status at Zero Gravity

The talented duo will be performing at the beachside club bringing the nonstop fire of their drums and bass with them. Having worked with major artists like Rihanna and Tinie Tempah, the DJs will be joined by MC Rage and Andy Gagadeen. A combination that sure to set the tone for an unforgettable party. Entry is free after 5pm.

When: 12 April
The Ghazal Legend

In celebration of South-Asian poetry and music, Tauseef Akhtar will be honouring the work of ‘The Ghazal King’, Jagjit Singh and his iconic music that continues to live in the hearts of ghazal lovers. It will be celebrated in an intimate setting at the New World Private School Auditorium. Tickets start at Dhs 100.

When: 13-14 April
Paw Patrol Live in Abu Dhabi

The beloved children’s tv show is coming to life at the du Forum on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. The show will tell the story of the great race between Major Goodway and Mayor Humdinger but when the Mayor goes missing it’s up to Paw Patrol to save the day! Tickets start at Dhs 105.

When: 14 April
Laugh-A-Thon 2.0

India’s best comics are making an appearance at Dubai Community Theatre & Arts Centre. Banglore based Kenny Sebastian is one of the biggest acts both online and on stage, while Sumukhi Suresh leads female comedians with her hilarious alter egos. Both acts make up Laugh-A-Thon 2.0! Tickets start at Dhs 150.

When: 14 April
Dubai Desert Road Run

Grab your running shoes because the Dubai Desert Road Run is back. It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or pro because the race is open for all levels. Choose between the 3km or 10km and don’t forget to leave without your hard-earned medal. Entry prices starts at Dhs 90.

When: 18-21 April
Diary of a Madman at the Junction

This award-winning show captures the story of a low-ranking civil servant who becomes lovestruck by the daughter of a senior official. He records his decline into madness while the audience follows along through interludes of narrative providing insight into his hilarious and yet powerful psychosis. Tickets are priced at Dhs 100.

When: 18-21 April
World Art Dubai

World Art Dubai makes it easy for everyone to take part in learning and experiencing an array of artistic work under one roof. There’s many affordably priced pieces if anything catches your eye along with a variety of interactive and creative workshops to take part in

When: 19-21 April
Beauty Pop DXB

In the heart of Dubai Design District, check out this huge beauty event. Showcasing all the latest beauty trends, artists, and brands, visitors will be able to attend master classes and learn from all the experts. Be ready for some special appearances by some huge names like Jen Atkins, Desi Perkins and Camila Coelho. Tickets are priced at Dhs 157.50.

When: 19-20 April, 25-26 April
The Laughter Factory

Take a night off to talk less and laugh more. The Laughter Factory is featuring a hilarious line-up for April as part of their ‘Stop the world! We need to get off and laugh!’ tour. The performances include Glenn Wool, Danish comic Sofie Hagen, and Mark Watson. Tickets are priced at Dhs 150.

When: 20 April
Backstreet Boys at Blended Music Festival

The legendary boy band will be headlining the Blended music festival at Dubai Media City Amphitheatre. Get ready for some major nostalgia because they’re sure to play favourites like ‘I Want It That Way’ and ‘Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)’. Real fans won’t want to miss this! Tickets start at Dhs 350.

When: 20-21 April
Sharmila Dance Extravaganza

The professional showcase encompassing a spectacular array of dance returns for its 18th year at the Dubai Community Theatre and Art Centre. The Sharmila Dance Extravaganza is the most important event for the dancers with more than 22 different dances set to appeal all styles of music. This show is a must see for all dancers and dance lovers. Tickets start at Dhs 175.

When: 21 April
Shabab Al Ahli vs Al Ain

Two of the Arabian Gulf League teams go head to head to stay in the league. Both are accomplished and highly competitive and have won several championships and titles. The match should be nothing short of thrilling at Shabab Al Ahli Stadium. Tickets start at Dhs 15.

When: 23 April
Darya Dadvar LIVE at Dubai Opera

The Iranian artist will be live in Dubai for her first time at Dubai Opera, bringing her unique style of combining Iranian and European classic. Darya Dadvar’s voice is empowered in three languages, French, English and Farsi against the blend of jazz and blues. She is sure to give a captivating performance. Tickets start at Dhs 392.

When: 27 April
Steps LIVE at Dubai Opera

This legendary British 90’s group has sold over 20 million records while reaching number one on the charts multiple times. Now Steps is back with some entirely new music and are ready to make an appearance at Dubai Opera. Tickets start at Dhs 275.



When: 1-7 May
The Illusionists Live at Madinat Theatre

The Illusionists return to the UAE for a mind-blowing show, featuring seven of the world’s most talented illusionists. This show is the first time that all seven of them will be joining forces on stage.  Tickets start at Dhs 245.

When: 2 May
Julian Bliss & Julien Quentin at Dubai Opera

Long-time musical partners Julian Bliss & Julien Quentin will jazz up Dubai Opera’s Music in the Studio series with an eclectic performance  Prepare to be mesmerised by euphoric compositions. Tickets start at Dhs 150.

When: 2-5 May
Spamalot at Dubai Opera

Award-winning musical Spamalot tells the story of King Arthur and his knights. Audiences can expect an evening of laughter and music, with songs including Always Look on the Bright Side of Life and Knights of the Round Table. Tickets start at Dhs 250.

When: 3-13 May
Al Gaffal Long Distance Race 2018

The annual  Al Gaffal Long Distance Race returns this May. The race starts at Sir Bu Nair Island, and the finish line is here in Dubai, at the Burj Al Arab. The action can be seen from the beaches near the Burj Al Arab, as the race draws to a thrilling close.

When: 5 May
Riwaaz - India Fashion Carnival

Upgrade your wardrobe with the latest traditional Eid outfits and summer-wear to be showcasedat the next edition of the  lifestyle exhibition, Riwaaz, at Taj Dubai. More than 50 hand-picked designers from India, Pakistan and UAE will showcase their latest collections at a pre-Ramadan exhibition. Entry is free.

When: 11 May

The Welsh four-piece rock band Stereophonics is set to return to Dubai on May 11. The band, last performed in 2015 in Dubai. The band will perform live as part of their latest world tour, 2018. Fans can expect to hear them playing some of their 90’s anthem songs including ‘Maybe Tomorrow’, ‘Have A Nice Day’, and the number one single ‘Dakota’. Tickets start at Dhs 299.

When: 17 May - 8 September
Dubai Sports World 2018

Dubai Sports World return in Ramadan, May 17. It offers a perfect place to UAE's sports fan to get involve in indoor sports. for three months. You can either book sports lessons or simply rent a pitch with your friends!

When: 18 May
Run The Track at Dubai Autodrome

Run the Track returns with special Ramadan edition. As this run is set to take place during Ramadan, it will be held in the evening, and will kick off at 7:45pm. You can participate in 2, 5 or 10 kilometre. The first three finishers in each category will also be given trophies. Tickets start at Dhs 90.




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