happenings this month Iris Dubai All Set To Reopen Tonight At Meydan
Iris Dubai All Set To Reopen Tonight At Meydan
Updated on 05 October 2020

With summer nearing an end and outdoor spots opening up again, something tells us this is going to be one amazing season for Dubai’s social butterflies. 

Now that Iris Dubai will be moving back to its Meydan location tonight, 5 October, we can tell you for sure that you wouldn’t be running out of things to do anytime soon. 

Known for hosting everything from exciting live music nights to fun brunches, this popular nightlife venue had been operating from a DIFC pop-up space for the past few months. 

The team took to social media to announce the Meydan reopening and released the following statement: “This year, we’ve found ourselves displaced outside our usual circumstances. We stayed home. We delivered to your door. We moved to DIFC.”

“Our DNA, what makes us who we are, can be found wherever we are. Our signature cuisine, beverages, music, and even furniture have journeyed across the city, leaving a trail that leads us back home. It’s time to #ReturnToMeydan.”

While not much is known about the events that will be making a comeback this season, we wouldn’t be surprised if there were some brand new ones planned for the coming months. 

For now, expect bigger things ahead as Iris Dubai opens its doors tonight from 7pm onwards. 

Image Credit: Iris Dubai

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