5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Rock out to Reverend and The Maker or connect with fellow foodies

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Friday, October 4

Rock out to Reverend and The Makers: Reverend and The Makers, from the UK and fronted by Jon McClure, arrive for a live set. Go and check out their brand of indie pop.
Dhs100. 9pm. The Music Room, Majestic Hotel Tower, Bur Dubai (04 501 2534).

Swim for a good cause: The Ignite Pink is Punk Swim Run 2013 involves a 3km run and 600m swim in aid of Safe & Sound Breast Cancer Charity. Competitors can enter individually or as part of a team.
Dhs150 (individual), Dhs250 (team). From 7.15am. Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort & Spa, www.premiermarathons.com (050 715 0785).

Check out South Asian designers: Pick up designer apparel, art and home décor at the one-day Numaish Festive Fair, which showcases 60 established and emerging designers from India, Pakistan and the UAE. Free. 10am-9pm. Until October 4. Diamond Ballroom, The Address Hotel, The Dubai Mall (052 927 5422).

Connect with fellow foodies: Food Blogger Connect comes to Dubai with a workshop on food writing, styling and photography.
From Dhs1,172 (one day). From Dhs1,914 (two days). Fri and Sat 10am-7pm. Until October 5. The Archive, Safa Park, www.foodbloggerconnect.com.

Celebrate all things Japanese: The Japan Connection is one of Dubai’s newest community groups who meet to sample Japanese food and discuss the culture. Dhs350 set menu. From 8pm.
Tomo, Wafi, Oud Metha, www.meetup.com/japan-connection-in-dubai.

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