5 things to do tomorrow

Try a Greek-style brunch or see Pitbull at the World Trade Centre

The Knowledge
Friday, June 29

Try a Greek-style brunch: For one day only, Elia is hosting a Greek feast, offering souvlaki, gyros, tzatziki and more.
Dhs150 (food only), Dhs250 (selected beverages). Noon-4pm. Majestic Hotel Tower, Bur Dubai (04 501 2690).

Chat to global rugby stars: The Med’s regular Mediterranean brunch takes on a rugby theme, with special guests Shaun Edwards, Kris Radlinski, Andy Farrell and Gary Connelly. There are also prizes to be won, plus an auction of sporting memorabilia.
Dhs350 (selected beverages). Noon-4pm. Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City (04 427 1000).

Play in Dubai Golf’s Summer Series: Today is the first day in the four-part series, with the first fixture taking place at Emirates Golf Club’s Majlis course. Anyone with a valid handicap is welcome to enter.
Dhs375 (visitor), Dhs275 (Emirates Golf Federation member). 1.30pm shotgun start. Until August 25. Emirates Golf Club and Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, golfoffice@dubaigolf.com (04 380 1234).

Pitbull storms the World Trade Centre: Obnoxious millionaire rapper Pitbull lands in Dubai to show why he’s topping charts across the globe. Expect to hear plenty of his commercial rap montages.
Dhs295-595. 8pm-3am. Sheikh Rashid Hall, Dubai World Trade Centre, www.timeouttickets.com

Party in a big tent with Sasha Lopez: With no Euro 2012 football matches tonight, the huge 2,000-capacity Golden Foot Mega Tent will turn into a pumping nightspot.
Dhs150. 9pm-3am. Dubai International Marine Club, Mina Seyahi (056 206 7975).

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