5 things to do today in Dubai
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Things to do on February 21:
Go and watch The Rolling Stones: If you’ve been out of the country, you may not have heard but Mick, Keith and the rest of the boys will be rocking the du Arena in Abu Dhabi as part of their 14 On Fire world tour.
Check Flash for pricing as some tickets were available at time of going to press. 7.30pm. Yas Island Abu Dhabi. www.thinkflash.ae.
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast: Get a laid-back breakfast with the ‘breakslow’ promotion at the Fairmont, with eggs Benedict, Belgian waffles and even a breakfast pizza.
Dhs155 (soft drinks). Dhs285 (house beverages and mixed drinks). Dhs445 (half a bottle of bubbly and mixed drinks). Fri 10.30am-3pm. Ongoing. Fairmont The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 457 3457).
Visit the Dubai Food Carnival: This new two-day food festival welcomes chefs from Dubai’s restaurants and celebrity cooks Silvena Rowe, Sanjeev Kapoor and John Torode.
General admission: Dhs60. Carnival Rowe pop-up restaurant: Dhs225 (three courses). Fri and Sat 10am-11pm. Until February 22. Festival City, www.dubaifoodcarnival.com.
See four home-grown rock bands: Rock Nation returns to The Music Room with Ascendant (who recently supported Europe’s Dubai gig), rockers Point Of View, nu-metal Alpha Kenny Buddy and 1990s cover band Spitfire.
Dhs70. 8pm-3am. The Music Room, Majestic Hotel Tower, Bur Dubai (04 359 8888).
Do the Tour Dubike Cycling Festival: Join rides suited to a variety of cycling abilities.
Dhs50 kids, Dhs200 adults. 7am. Dubai International Endurance City, www.premieronline.com (050 105 7845).
Time Out Dubai,
Don’t miss Mr. Scruff at Zero Gravity or dine on dim sum at The Royal Budha
Head to Anise’s farmers’ market or take the family to a music festival
Christina Perri played Dubai Jazz Festival