A family-friendly music festival is coming to Dubai

The event will feature ten hours of house music and kids' activities

A family-friendly music festival is coming to Dubai

Swapped your nights out dancing for kiddie theatre and furry friend shows? Luckily, you can now get the best of both worlds at the HOUSPHERE festival on Friday March 22 taking place at Address Montgomerie hotel.

At the first-of-its-kind event, DJs will be playing house music while kids stay entertained with inflatable slides, a LEGO station, soft play, trampolines, ball pools, face painting, balloon twisting, arts and crafts, a bungee jump and more.

Things will get even more exciting starting 6pm, when celebrity saxophonist Matt West will take to the stage along with a line-up of acts including tanoura, “bubble” and Pixie dancers as well as a fire performer – who will all also be roaming HOUSEPHERE throughout.

The highlight of the event is a performance by global singer INNA at 9pm, who has worked with some of the world’s best-selling artists including Pitbull, J Balvin and Flo Rida.

INNA is also a social media sensation, with 4.9 million YouTube subscribers, 12 million Facebook fans and 2.4 million Instagram followers.

You’ll refuel all the way until midnight with popcorn, cotton candy, nachos and plenty of food trucks serving up some treats, too.

Also, in case you were worried this would turn into yet another expensive family outing, entry for under tens is free.

Finally, mum and dad can party like old times – and with kids in tow.
From Dhs250, free (kids under ten). Mar 22, 2pm-midnight. Emirates Hills, tickets.virginmegastore.me (04 390 5600).

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