happenings this month Eat the World
Eat the World
Updated on 30 January 2017

Eat the World DXB, the UAE’s leading international street food and food truck event, will return to Downtown Dubai’s Burj Park from Thursday 23rd to Saturday 25th February. The inaugural Eat the World DXB’s ‘Best of British’ food trader and food truck concept attracted a crowd of 20,000-plus foodies earlier this year and the 2017 event will go one continent further: the Americans are coming. Ten US-based food traders representing the very best of the birthplace of the international, contemporary street food movement will join ranks to face-off against ten UK-based traders, most of which will operate out of their iconic food truck vehicles in the three-day food frenzy.

For a full line-up of food trucks and traders, visit www.eattheworld.ae.

As part of the ‘World Classical Music Series,’ Dubai welcomes the talented baritone Rodion Pogossov, who has performed around the world and regularly at New York’s Metropolitan Opera.
Three of our favourite stand-ups are back by popular demand at The Laughter Factory - with Dominic Holland, Kai Humphries and Addy Van Der Borgh taking equal billing on the May tour.
The speed will be a lot better, too.
Prepare for an indulgent evening of food and music. ‘Russian Seasons’ is a gala dinner with cocktail reception.
Your guide to the 'Garden City'.
The story of Dubai is set to unfold in real time at Saruq Al Hadid, the newly opened museum in Dubai’s historical district
Pre-sale registrations now open.
There's something for all ages.
An all-female performance will take place at DUCTAC in tribute to Italian National Day.
This calls for some summer pampering.
Darts is just as fun to watch as it is to play - especially when world-class rivals are competing and the stakes are high.
Who doesn’t love an extra bit of pampering?
And the offer is valid until 31st August.
Did you know that the place where the tango is danced is called ‘milonga’? Find everything there is to know about the passionate dance of tango at the Dubai Tango Festival.
Cool stuff for a hot day.
Renowned and upcoming artists showcase their works.
In celebration of International Yoga Day.
Plus, there’s a new attraction.
Dubai’s first private museum for contemporary Middle Eastern and international art, Salsali Private Museum, is hosting a six-month exhibition on sculptures.
Because summer is the best time to be in one.
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