5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

See top DJs spin the wheels of steel or honour the moon at Long Yin

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Wednesday, September 11

See top DJs spin the wheels of steel: Hear Dubai’s decksmith talent battle it out at the Pioneer DJ-ME Championship.
Free. 9pm-3am. Sublime Bar & Lounge, Ibis World Trade Centre Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 318 7130).

Enjoy being a ‘fattie’ at Western Steakhouse: This week, Western Steakhouse goes all out with a special menu of five different recipes featuring foie gras.
From Dhs99 per dish. Daily noon-11pm. Until September 17. Crowne Plaza Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (800 276963).

Honour the moon at Long Yin: In celebration of the Chinese moon festival, the restaurant is serving moon cakes.
Dhs180 per box (four pieces). Daily 12.30pm-5pm, 6pm-11pm. Until September 14. Le Méridien Dubai, Airport Road (04 702 2325).

Attend Bebe’s autumn/winter collection preview event: The first 100 guests get a free tote worth Dhs350, while those who spend Dhs1,000 get a gift of the same value. Make sure you check out the photo booth for customers to create their own look, to win a wardrobe worth Dhs3,000.
7pm-10pm. Until September 11. Bebe, The Dubai Mall (04 434 0614).

Play touch rugby with other Dubai boys and girls: Sign up for the outdoor Midas Touch IV league, one of the most popular mixed sports competitions in the city.
Dhs400 individual, Dhs3,200 team. 7.30pm-9.30pm. Until November 13. Gems World Academy DXB, Al Barsha (04 447 2394).

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