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Old- and new-school tunes with DJ Andy Swift and Rone Jaxx.
Free. 10pm-3am. Zinc, Crowne Plaza, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 331 1111).

Jam Nights at Maxx Music
Local players get involved in this weekly jam.
9pm-late. Ongoing. Maxx Music Bar & Grill, Citymax Hotel, Barsha (04 409 8000).

Mash-up Tuesdays
People’s new Tuesday night sees it ditch the former French theme in favour of deeper grooves.
Free. 11pm-3am. People by Crystal, Raffles Dubai, Oud Metha (050 297 2097).

Tristan Bain and Stickman play retro-tastic music, touching on disco, funk and old-school house.
5pm-2am. Ongoing. 360°, Jumeirah Beach Hotel (050 107 6405).

Slam Ladies Night
Free drinks all night for ladies at Chi’s latest ladies’ night, with urban, R&B and mashup tunes from DJ Mo Tiger and DJ Flowmaster J.
Dhs75, free for ladies. 10pm-3am. Ongoing. Chi@The Lodge, Al Nasr Leisureland (04 337 9470).

Showcase of local musicians at the downstairs bar.
Free. 9pm-late. The Stables, Sheikh Zayed Road, above Fibber Magee’s (04 342 5571).

Uber Ladies’ Night
Ladies drink for free until midnight.
Free. 10pm-3am. Ongoing. Sho Cho, Dubai Marine Beach Resort, Jumeirah (04 346 1111).

Viva la Republique
‘Dubai’s only original French night’ is back with retro tunes spun by DJ Dean Curtis.
Free. 10pm-3am. Republique, The Address Downtown Dubai (056 718 1188).

By Rob Garratt
Time Out Dubai,

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Close X The Holy Month of Ramadan started on Thursday, June 18 and will last for one month. During this time live music and DJ sets will stop and opening hours may change at all venues. Please call ahead to confirm details with the outlet.