5 things to do today in Dubai

Check out the JESS Night Market or kayak tour of Palm Jumeirah

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on December 6:

Check out the JESS Night Market: Hosted by Dubai 92’s Catboy and Geordiebird, this family friendly festive market will have more than 150 stalls, a Santa’s grotto, live music and even a train ride for kids.
Free. 3pm-8pm. JESS Jumeirah School. 3pm-8pm. www.facebook.com/JESSNightMarket.

Kayak tour of Palm Jumeirah: Sports company Sea You runs a special tour of The Palm – powered by you. Go kayaking around the sights with a guide and enjoy a spot of lunch, too.
From Dhs230. Tours start at 10.30am and 2.30pm, Sofitel The Palm Jumeirah, East Crescent Road www.seayou.ae (04 420 6100).

Two-for-one dinners at Urban Bistro: Throughout the month of December, the Media City eatery offers a buy-one-get-one-free deal on main courses during the evening.
Prices vary. Sun-Thu 6pm-10pm. Until December 31. CNN Building, Dubai Media City, Dubai (04 362 4330).

Check out reggae at Drop Dread: Earl Gateshead from Trojan Sound System will be playing a set featuring classic reggae tracks from the extensive Trojan Records back catalogue.
Dhs85. 10pm-3am. Ongoing. Casa Latina, Ibis Al Barsha (055 418 6265).

Celebrate Infusion’s anniversary: Legendary Californian rappers Cypress Hill and UK DJs the Cuban Brothers will be performing live, with Afrika Bambaataa and UK dance stalwarts Stereo MCs laying down DJ sets at the label’s birthday party.
Dhs250 (advance), Dhs290 door. 4pm-2am. Atlantis Beach, Atlantis the Palm, Palm Jumeirah, www.timeouttickets.com

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