5 things to do tomorrow
Say farewell to 360° for the summer or buy fruit and veg al-fresco Discuss this article
Friday, May 25
Say farewell to 360° for the summer: Arguably Dubai’s most iconic dancefloor, 360° is shutting up shop for the seasoafter tonight. Get on the floor one last time and jig to a top bill of ten local house DJs.
Free (guestlist only). 4pm-2am. 360°, Jumeirah Beach Hotel (04 406 8999).
Perfect your moves at the Dance2LAX workshop: Think you’re king of the dancefloor? Try this one-day dance workshop with acclaimed celebrity choreographers Blake McGrath and Laurie Ann Gibson, who will teach you the hottest moves.
Dhs799. From 8am. The Venue, Emaar Boulevard (04 439 0900), www.timeouttickets.com
Buy fruit and veg at an al-fresco market – while you still can: Snap up the freshest veg at what will likely be the last Souk Al Bahar farmers’ market before the event ends for summer.
Free. 9am-3pm. Ongoing (weather permitting). The Terrace (next to Baker & Spice, opposite Burj Khalifa), Souk Al Bahar (04 427 9856).
Last chance to party at Blue Marlin: This al-fresco club has been the talk of the town since opening earlier this year, but it will soon be too warm to visit. Head down while you can.Members, members’ guests and restaurant reservations only. 1pm-1am. Until June 2.
Golden Tulip Al Jazira Hotel & Resort, Ghantoot (056 113 3400).
Wiz and Tinie come to play: Rapping talents from either side of the Atlantic unite as US star Wiz Khalifa and Brit grime king Tinie Tempah share the bill.
Dhs295-700. 7pm. Dubai Media City, www.timeouttickets.com
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