5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Get your groove on to Balearic beats or enjoy a National Day feast

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on November 30:

Get your groove on to Balearic beats: Dek on Eight’s poolside party recreates the Ibiza vibe with chillout, funk, soul and deep house.
Free. 2pm-10pm. Dek on 8, Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City (04 427 1000).

Enter a kickball tournament: Proceeds from this event go towards cancer research and men get to show off Movember moustaches. Expect a barbecue and live music.
Dhs150 individual, Dhs1,200 team. 11am-5pm. Dubai Softball Fields (04 447 2394).

Enjoy a National Day feast: Imperium starts the National Day celebrations early, with a selection of Emirati dishes served at the buffet from today. Visit on Monday, and you can also see Emirati chef Mussabeh in action.
Dhs225 per person. Half price for kids under 12. Sat-Mon 12.30pm-4pm, 6.30pm-11pm. Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, Palm Jumeirah (04 453 0444).

See a UAE star perform live: Abu Dhabi-born Jeremiah John, a multi-talented musician who has supported the likes of Led Zepplin’s Robert Plant, rockers Incubus and Macy Gray, will be performing a live set at 360˚ tonight.
Free (reservations recommended). 5pm-3am. 360°, Jumeirah Beach Hotel (056 682 6617).

Take in Egyptian art: Mixed-media exhibition El Moulid is based on Egyptian celebrations which take place after the birth of a Sufi saint.
Gallery Ward, Off Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Quoz (04 388 3204).

Sunrise sessions are back at At The Top

Celebrate Opera Gallery Dubai’s tenth anniversary with Urban Poetry

DIFC’s gallery to bring a stand-out street art exhibition

Music favourite set for November launch in DXB

Ahlan rolls out lounge and meet and greet discounts


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