happenings this month Around Dubai Marina
Around Dubai Marina
Updated on 01 February 2018

The latest restaurant and bar offers, club nights, events and activities this month

When: 6-10 February
Dubai Tour 2018
Skydive Dubai

The grand slam of cycling races is coming back to Dubai. The 16 teams come from across the globe, will start at Skydive Dubai and will have cyclists racing more than 700km all over UAE. www.dubaitour.com

When: 8 - 9 February
RedFestDXB
Dubai Media City Amphitheatre

Dubai is expecting a party off the charts with none other than Virgin Radio RedFestDXB. Dubai’s critically acclaimed music festival returns with a fantastic lineup of the best performers. www.redfestdxb.com

When: 16 February
Dubai Fishing Festival
Dubai International Marine Club

A skill that requires major patience and grit, competitors will battle to bring the biggest fish to the scale. The Dubai Fishing Festival is also part of a series of marine activities so be sure to check out the calendar of events. www.dimc.ae 

When: 21 - 23 February
Dubai Jazz Festival
Dubai Media City Amphitheatre

The Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival has hosted the smooth talent of global stars. The annual festival will be held at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre presenting fan favourites: John Legend, Duran Duran, and Ricky Martin. Tickets start at Dhs 325. www.dubaijazzfest.com

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