Dubai’s La Perle reopening July 30

Aquatheatre will also be running a staycation package deal during Dubai Summer Surprises

Dubai’s La Perle reopening July 30

Dubai’s impressive aquatheatre, La Perle, is set to reopen and return to regular performances from Thursday July 30 – and it’s teamed up with Dubai Summer Surprises to offer a range of experience packages.

Throughout July and August, shows will run almost daily, with performances at 6pm and 9pm, and tickets starting from just Dhs119 per person, including a free popcorn and soft drink. All seating will be allocated by La Perle to ensure social distancing requirements are adhered to.

But if you want to make a night – or even a weekend – out of it, there are more offers to check out.

Starting from Dhs294 per person, the Dinner and Show Package includes your La Perle ticket and a meal at one of four restaurants located in Al Habtoor City – either Babiole, Zoco, Ribs & Brews or The City Grill.

Alternatively, the DSS Staycation package starts at Dhs538, with prices going up depending on the tier of La Perle tickets you purchase. In essence, buy two tickets to La Perle and get a night’s stay at Al Habtoor Palace. Upgrades to the VIP package include access to the VIP lounge before or after the show, and a Dhs50 voucher to spend in La Perle’s merchandise area. Those booking a staycation package also get a 25 percent discount on F&B outlets at the property.

It’s showtime.

For more great offers on things to do this summer, click here.

For more news on Dubai Summer Surprises, click here.

From July 30. La Perle, Al Habtoor City, laperle.com.

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