5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Sing along to the legendary Lionel Richie or see Kelis live at The Act Dubai

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Things to do on April 17:

Sing along to the legendary Lionel Richie: Promising ‘All The Hits, All Night Long’, Richie’s juggernaut tour is expected to leave no hit-shape stone unturned.
Dhs350-1,500. Doors 7pm; show 9pm. Dubai Media City Amphitheatre. www.timeouttickets.com

Make your own art: Families can get their own art buzz with a rare school holiday offer from thejamjar. Throughout April, children get a free Dhs100 painting package when two more are purchased.
Price on request. Until April 30. Thejamjar, Al Quoz, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 341 7303).

Get groomed for your night out: New branch of The Nail Spa is open at The Lakes Club, and shares a roof with also new Marquee blow-dry bar. Head here to get preened.
Mani-pedi from Dhs170, blow-dry Dhs130. Ongoing, The Nail Spa (050 544 001); Marquee, The Lakes Club, The Lakes, Emirates Living (04 399 5336).

Grape expectations at Gaucho: Today marks a world day for an Argentine grape variety, and high-end steakhouse Gaucho is hosting a grape pairing dinner and grape masterclass tonight. Advanced booking required. Dhs600 per person. 6pm-11pm. DIFC (04 422 7898).

See Kelis live at The Act Dubai: The ‘Milkshake’ and ‘Bounce’ singer is performing at an event that will mark The Act Dubai’s first birthday. Tuck into Peruvian bites and enjoy live acts before the Grammy winner takes the stage.
Reservations required. 8.30pm-3am. Shangri-La Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road (052 811 9900).

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