5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Do a new low-impact workout or head up to a two day food festival

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on October 16:

Do a new low-impact workout: Get lean and limber up for a new strength and stretch Callanetics work out. The class uses low weights and deep stretches for a full-body workout.
Free (members), Dhs60 (non-members). Thu 4pm. Ongoing. Optimal Fitness, Dubai Studio City, www.optimalfitness.ae (04 457 2048).

Pair-shaped plans at Plantation: As part of the Sofitel’s global grape week, the lounge bar hosts a five-course grape pairing dinner tonight.
Dhs350 per person. 7pm-11pm. Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach, The Walk, JBR, Dubai Marina (04 448 4733).

Head to Route 94 gig: Route 94, Toyboy & Robin, and Warehouse Dubai resident DJs, will play a mix of house, bass and beats music all night long.
Dhs120. Level 41, Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City (04 427 1000).

World of Nobu starts here: Chef Nobu and his top cooks from across the globe head up a two day food festival.
Dhs450 per person. Thu 9pm-3am. Dhs595. Fri noon-4pm. Dhs995. Friday 8pm-midnight. Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 2626).

Dance to disco: Catch one of Australia’s finest original DJs, selector and vinyl collectors DJ Shan Frenzie, live alongside support act David Craig and Megadon Betamax. Enjoy a night of original disco, soul, funk and golden era hip hop.
Free. 9pm-3am. Story Rooftop Lounge, Dubai Internet City (04 365 9911).

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