happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 4 - 6 February
Things To Do For The Weekend 4 - 6 February
Updated on 04 February 2021

Though some more restrictions have been introduced, it doesn't mean life comes to a standstill and we have to hide away and bake banana bread. There are still things we can do responsibility and with care, with a number of well managed and safe activities and events happening around Dubai. Here are a few things you can see or attend this weekend.

Emirates Airlines Literature Festival 2021

When Till 13 February

Where InterContinental Festival City

The Emirates Airlines Literature Festival 2021 is back for the year with an array of workshops, activities and more. If you love books, head down to check this festival out. Meet your favourite authors, attend workshops hosted by them and delight in everyone's collective love and appreciation for books. 

www.emirateslitfest.com

Dubai World Cup Carnival

When 4 February

Where Meydan Racecourse

If you are a fan of horse races, head down to the Dubai World Cup Carnival and watch horses and their jockeys competing against each other in the hope of getting to the finish line.

www.dubairacingclub.com

Giselle at the Dubai Opera

When 4 to 6 February

Where Dubai Opera

Enjoy a beautiful ballet performance on the legendary tale of Giselle. You will definitely not want to miss The Russian State Ballet and Opera House take to the stage.

www.dubaiopera.com

Expo 2020 Pavilions

When Till 10 April

Where Expo 2020

Catch a glimpse into the plans of Expo 2020. Terra – The Sustainability Pavilion is currently open to all for an exclusive peek into what is in store. 

www.expo2020dubai.com

Booder

When 5 and 6 February

Where Mall of the Emirates

Enjoy giggling the night away with some stand-up comedy. Booder is back with his hilarious French comedy performances that will leave you wanting more.

www.artforall.ae

Global Village

Where Exit 37 - E11

Enjoy walking through Global Village and visiting all the countries in the world by foot. With delightful food to try out, it will be a fun way to spend the day with your family and friends.

www.globalvillage.ae

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