5 things to do tomorrow

Splash around with the girls or watch the Euro 2012 quarter-finals

The Knowledge
Thursday, June 21

Hear the ‘king of Space’ spin: British DJ and Ibiza veteran Steve Lawler – nicknamed for his regular stints at Ibiza superclub Space – returns to Dubai for a set at Madinat Jumeirah hotspot Trilogy.
Dhs100. 10pm-3am. Trilogy, Souk Madinat Jumeirah (050 624 5751).

Watch the Euro 2012 quarter-finals: The knockout games start today, with Group A’s winners taking on Group B’s runners-up.
From Dhs50 (voucher spend for food and beverage). 7pm-2am for 10.45pm kick-off. Jumeirah Beach Hotel (04 406 8706).

Summer starts now at BiCE Mare: The seafood restaurant introduces a new lunch menu for summer. The three-course set menu includes minestrone, buffalo mozzarella, lamb, salmon and tiramisu.
Dhs150. Daily 12.30pm-3.30pm. Until August 31. Hilton Dubai Jumeirah (04 318 2520).

Splash around with the girls at Wild Wadi’s ladies’ nights: Ladies’ night has returned to Wild Wadi: every Thursday and Friday until Ramadan and every Thursday during the Holy Month, women (and boys under eight) will have the run of the park. Sorry, gents.
Dhs205. Thu-Fri 8pm-1am. Until August 31. Wild Wadi, Umm Suqeim, www.jumeirah.com (04 348 4444).

Grab your mask for a Venetian masquerade party: Expect arty projections, surreal sights and masks (obviously) at this one-off Armani bash.
Free. 10pm-3am. Ongoing. Armani/Privé, Burj Khalifa (04 888 3308).

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Blue and white walkways have been installed in more places

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