UAE officials confirm public holiday details There will also be a dry day on Friday in Dubai By Scott Campbell 11 April 2018 Officials have revealed details of the public holiday for Al Isra Wal Miraj – and it's unlikely that most workers in the private sector will be getting the day off.The public sector holiday will be on Saturday April 14, with work resuming on Sunday April 15.**CLICK FOR FULL LIST OF UAE PUBLIC HOLIDAYS**Since that falls in the weekend, it looks like most private sector employees will not get a holiday. SIMILAR ARTICLES Hatta aims to become a National Park How to save cash in Dubai (kind of) Dubai cycling tracks to get longer by 2022, RTA announces Make huge savings with the Time Out Dubai Brunch Club – here's how to join Additionally, Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) has confirmed there will be a dry day across Dubai.**CLICK FOR RAMADAN 2018 DATES**From 6pm on Friday April 13 until 7pm on Saturday April 14, bars and restaurants throughout the UAE will only serve soft drinks.You can find a full list of the UAE’s public holidays here. For more information go to www.visitdubai.com.