happenings this month Dubai Summer Surprises Is Back Very Soon!
Dubai Summer Surprises Is Back Very Soon!
Updated on 14 June 2021

The long-awaited Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) is back very soon with amazing offers for grabs as well as fun activities for family and friends to enjoy.

The 24th edition of DSS will run from 1 July to 4 September, making 10 long weeks with offers on shopping, hotels, dining and entertainment.

Burj Khalifa, The Palm Fountain at The Pointe and the Imagine show at Dubai Festival City Mall will commemorate the opening of DSS on 1 July with stunning fireworks, fountain shows and projections that are sure to be a hit.

DSS Share Millionaire, Daily Surprises and more promotions will be held throughout the weeks, along with raffles and prizes available especially during Eid Al Adha as well as the Back To School season.

All the foodies will enjoy exciting dining events including Summer Restaurant Week, the Big Eid Eat and Dine and Win along with summer family fun with Summer Art Projects and the Movie Magic.

To add to the excitement, Dubai will be decorated with stunning decorations and bright lights along with deals on shopping with massive discounts available at various retailers.

Ahmed Al Khaja, CEO of Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment said, "Dubai Summer Surprises is one of the most eagerly awaited occasions on the annual retail calendar. There is always great excitement felt right across the city as residents and visitors gear up for this major celebration of shopping and fun. With 10 weeks of unmissable attractions, promotions, raffles, family events and much more, this edition of DSS is shaping up to be one of the best yet."

For more information on the exciting events ahead, visit the Dubai Summer Surprises website.

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