The best Dubai events and other things to do in Dubai in June, including deals at Dubai restaurants, bars and spas, cinema, concerts and festivals.
February could make a fair claim to being the ultimate month for weather in Dubai - not too hot, and certainly not too cold, the late 'winter' air is pretty much perfect. And that is reflected in what you can get up to around town, from music festivals to sports events and plenty more in between.
Promising to bring “the best football experience Dubai has ever
seen”, Barasti will be launching two fan zones for the World Cup. The
Barasti SuperDome will have giant screens, live DJs, room for 8,000 fans
and more, right down on the beach. Meanwhile, the middle deck will have
its air-conditioned tent and giant, 12-metre-wide screen as per usual,
so there are two areas to choose from. Open Sat-Wed 10am-1am; Thu-Fri 10am-2.30am.
A dedicated fan zone called The Secret Garden is being set up at our
Bar of the Year. With its own private bar, a grassy area, all the
action and a bunch of food and drink deals, you’ll be set for the match.
Throughout the tournament you’ll be able to get buy-four-get-two-free
on bottles of hops, every Monday night for the tournament you can also
join the curry club for Dhs79 which dishes up a whole curry, rice and
naan bread with a house drink. The same applies on Wednesday, where you
can pick select menu items with a drink for Dhs79, too. Open Sun-Thu 4pm-3am, Fri 1pm...
Officially the city’s best new nightlife venue (according to the Time Out Dubai Music & Nightlife Awards), this awesome outdoor bar and club is transforming itself to an indoor (and air-conditioned) football fan zone for the tournament. With every match being shown on multiple “cinema screens” (their words), you’re bound to get a cracking view of the match, with a range of drinks and food deals on offer too. Every match will have its own after-party going on until 2am, too. Open Sun-Thu 5pm-2am; Fri-Sat 5pm-3am.
Want to watch the game on the terraces? The IV might just have the most original set up of any place showing the World Cup. A gigantic screen, and tiered terraces where you can watch each game, as though you’re in the stadium – there’s a Dhs100 minimum spend, and groups of ten or more can guarantee seating by booking in advance. Entry Dhs100.