happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 21 - 23 January
Things To Do For The Weekend 21 - 23 January
Updated on 21 January 2021

Another weekend is descending upon us and along with it comes a whole bunch of things to do in Dubai. So here are some fun events to check out when you are looking for ideas and need something new to do.

Emirati Farmer’s Souq

When 23 January

Where The Pointe

If you enjoy farmer's markets and sourcing organic fruit and vegetables, this is the right place to be every Saturday. Buy your produce straight from the vendors and get the freshest picks available.

04-3909999

Enrico Macias

When 21 and 22 January

Where Dubai Opera

Enjoy a lovely performance from Enrico Macias, a French singing legend as he graces the Dubai Opera stage for the first time. His music is bound to take you on a journey that you will never forget.

www.dubaiopera.com

Shoetopia

When Till 30 January

Where Dubai Mall

If you love shoes and like all the great exclusive collections, you need to head down to Dubai Mall for this pop-up event. With limited editions and one of a kind shoes on display along with customising your own, this will be a fun event.

www.thedubaimall.com

Women Running Challenge

When 23 January

Where Palm Jumeriah

Stage two is happening this weekend and will be held at Palm Jumeriah. The run offers 3 different ability lengths of 2.5 kilometres, 5 kilometres and 10 kilometres. Enjoy the stunning Dubai views while getting some exercise at the same time. It will be a fun run for all!

www.hopasports.com

Dubai Crown Prince Camel Festival

When Till 27 January

Where Dubai Camel Race Track

The event is under the directive of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council, and will see where camels go head to head in races with distances ranging from 5 kilometres to 8 kilometres.

www.dubaicrc.ae

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