Huge Street Art Festival coming to Dubai's BoxPark

Expect LED dancers, digital graffiti and art sessions this October

Huge Street Art Festival coming to Dubai's BoxPark

Have an artistic masterpiece in mind to impress the denizens of Dubai? Your chance to display your very own painting on the streets of the city has finally arrived thanks to BoxPark’s ‘Street Art Festival.’

Taking place every Thursday to Saturday from 5pm to 10pm, artists of all ages around Dubai can unleash their inner artist and create a masterpiece to be displayed at BoxPark. Let the world see your art.

That’s not all, as the urban spot will also have a digital graffiti wall for participants to virtually paint on. Better yet, you’ll be able to take it how as a nifty souvenir.

The festival will also have creative gobo designs light up the destination, along with LED dancers entertaining visitors on the streets.

As for the little ones, the street art event will also host a variety of art sessions for kids aged four to ten. They’ll be creating their own artworks using tape, stones and sand, personalising caps and trying their hand at roller canvas or ceramic painting.

To live out your street artist dream, shop around any of BoxPark’s outlets and spend a minimum of Dhs100 to participate in all the activities.

The Street Art Festival will kick off from Thursday October 24 until Saturday November 9.

As for other artistic endeavours to take part in, check TRYP by Wyndham Dubai’s Chill En Paint session. It comes with bites and glasses of grape…

Go on, you may be the next Banksy.
Dhs100 (minimum spend). Thu Oct 24-Sat Nov 9. Every Thu-Sat, 5pm-10pm. Between Urbanist and McDonald’s, BoxPark by Meraas, Al Wasl Road,

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