happenings this month Celebrate Jamaican Independence Day in Dubai
Celebrate Jamaican Independence Day in Dubai
Updated on 01 August 2017

Wah gwaan people? (Or what’s going on? - for those who haven’t picked up Jamaican Patois as fast as we have.)

If you have no plans for next Thursday, 10th August, that’s a good thing! Here’s what you should be doing: make your way to Tribeca at JA Ocean View Hotel, JBR. The New York-inspired bar and kitchen is celebrating Jamaican Independence Day (which falls on 6th August) with a themed party. The venue will get a makeover to make you feel like you're sipping beverages (in the pouring rain) on the sands in Jamaica. Renowned Jamaican band D-TONE will be flown in for the occasion, so expect a night of all things reggae. Open from 8pm to 3am. www.tribeca.ae
 

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