5 things to do tomorrow

See Kasabian rock out or have a picnic and watch polo

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Friday, February 10

Discover the power of Wuji Gong: A two-day workshop on the ancient Taoist practice, which aligns the body’s meridians.
Dhs1,200. 9am-6pm. February 10 & 11. Balance Wellness 360, Oasis Centre, www.yogalatesblissindubai.com (050 328 9642).

Have a picnic and watch polo: Bring your picnic basket and catch all the on-pitch action.
Dhs100 per car, Dhs300 per picnic box for two (ncludes car access). Noon onwards. Dubai Polo Club, Arabian Ranches (04 361 8111).

Kasabian rock out at The Sevens: Expect plenty of laddish swagger countered with moments of grace as the Brit indie rockers take to the Sevens stage, supported by Scottish electro king Mylo.
Dhs295-495. Doors open 6pm. The Sevens, Al Ain Road, www.timeouttickets.com

Bag a bargain at Dubai Flea Market: Pick up antique-style wares and other used goods, or get rid of your own unwanted bits and pieces (you can book a stall for Dhs230).
Free entry. 3pm-8pm. Promenade Courtyard, Uptown Mirdif, www.dubai-fl eamarket.com (055 452 6030).

Say ‘I love you’ with acoustic metal: Screeching guitars don’t scream romance, so Metal Asylum has gone acoustic for this Valentine’s-themed gig. Bands on the bill include Kicksound and Maher, and twins Liana & Thea.
Free. 9pm-3am. Aussie Legends, Rydges Plaza Dubai, Satwa (04 398 2222).

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