5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Get funky at the District Lounge or enjoy a Caribbean feast in Deira

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

Get funky at the District Lounge: Head to this night called District Live Thursday and check out neo funk and soul outfit Layla & the Free Sound Project.
Free. 7pm-late. District Lounge, Gate Village, DIFC (050 880 2285).

Go to the Omega Desert Classic: Get to see top-flight golfers compete for the prize fund, including the ‘Champions Challenge’ where past winners of the Classic will go head-to-head.
From Dhs175. From 7.30am. Until February 2, Emirates Golf Club, Emirates Hills 2, www.dubaidesertclassic.com (04 380 2112).

Get 50 percent off bed linen: King Koil customers who spend Dhs500 or more on mattresses or accessories will receive half-price redemption vouchers that can be used to buy products from the Comfort solutions series. The deal sees mattress-toppers, protectors, duvets and linen sets thrown in, too.
Until February 2. King Koil, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 346 9778).

Listen to a night of Gallic jazz: Jazz trio Les Grandes Bouches will be jetting over from France to perform their unique version of groovy, swing-based sounds.
Dhs100. 8pm-10pm. Alliance Française, Oud Metha (04 335 8712).

Enjoy a Caribbean feast in Deira: For fans of Caribbean cooking, or those who would like to try it, tonight is the last chance to take advantage of The Kitchen’s promotion.
Dhs110 per person (soft drinks). 12.30pm-3.30pm. Until January 30. Hyatt Regency Dubai, Deira (04 317 2222).

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