happenings this month Things To Do This Weekend 24-26 December 2020
Things To Do This Weekend 24-26 December 2020
Updated on 24 December 2020

The weekend is almost here and it’s the beginning of the Christmas weekend! After all the festivities, fun and Christmas cheer, head down to these fun events happening around Dubai to make your Christmas weekend even more magical for you and your family and friends!

Cirque De Glace

When 24-26 December 2020

Where Dubai Opera

Cirque De Glace is a magnificent show that revolves entirely on ice. With music, acrobats, ice dance and so much more, it is a must watch show for all ages.

www.dubaiopera.com

Screening of The Nutcracker

When Till 27 December 2020

Where Mall Of The Emirates Theatre

Mall Of The Emirates Theatre is hosting a screening The Nutcracker on 23 December 2020. Nothing feels more festive than watching the enchanting tale of The Nutcracker performed by the talented Royal Opera House.

880-5074050

Winter Carnival

When Till 15 January 2021

Where Zabeel Park

Zabeel Park has turned into a delightful Winter Wonderland for this festive, winter season. With entertainment and food trucks to a festive holiday market, it’s a fun event to get in the holiday cheer.

04-3986888

DSF Drone Light Show

When Till 30 January 2021

Where Bluewater Island and The Beach opposite JBR

Watch a stunning display of drones as they light up the sky every day for two shows, at 7pm and 9.30pm. Based on the themes, ‘Dubai, A City Of Adventure’ and Dubai, Past and The Present’, it is a must visit this DSF.

DSF Fireworks Nights

When 24 December 2020

Where Al Seef and La Mer

If you love watching fireworks as they burst and decorate the sky, you do not want to miss this show. Add some brightness to your Christmas Eve night, with a stunning firework show that will leave you wanting more. Shows are at 8.30pm at Al Seef and 9.30pm at La Mer.

Performing Arts of Dubai

When Till 30 January 2021

Where City Wide

The Performing Arts Of Dubai will be putting on performances all around Dubai, from dancing, musicians to neon artists. Stop and watch their extraordinary talent.

Musaic Concert

When 25 December 2020

Where Coca Cola Arena

Coca Cola Arena is hosting its first Arabic concert since the pandemic and will feature two highly acclaimed Arabic musicians, Mahmoud El Esseily and Mohamed Hamaki.

www.coc-cola-arena.com

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