5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Get tips from a famous yogi or head to an all-day party

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on October 17:

Get tips from a famous yogi: The world-renowned American yogi Michael Gannon will help you deepen your practice. Dhs375 per session, Dhs1,300 for the full weekend. Until October 18. Urban Yoga,
Aspect Tower, Business Bay, www.urbanyoga.ae (04 369 7882).

Be a horse leader with RDAD: Volunteer with Riding for the Disabled Association of Dubai and help children with special needs enjoy therapeutic horse riding. Email lessons@rdad.ae to sign up.
Free. 8.30am-11.30am. Desert Palm, Al Awir Road, www.rdad.ae

Head to an all-day party: Dubai’s only day-to-night and tempo-setting experience continues with a little help from Soul II Soul frontman Jazzie B, plus a rare live set from UK disco electro giants, Crazy P.
Free for gents before 10pm. Dhs100 after. Free for ladies before midnight. Dhs100 after. 3pm-3am. Zero Gravity, Dubai Marina (04 399 0009).

Gary Barlow live in Dubai: As part of his ‘Since I Saw You Last’ World Tour, Gary Barlow will be showcasing his vast catalogue of chart-topping hits including Take That smashes ‘Rule The World’, ‘Patience’ and ‘Back For Good’ as well as his more recent solo hits ‘Let Me Go’ and the Elton John duet ‘Face To Face’.
From Dhs350 to Dhs1,000. 6pm-midnight. Dubai Media City Amphitheatre, Dubai Media City, www.timeouttickets.com

Go Bavarian at Oktoberfest: Expect German food, hops and live music at the eighth edition of Grand Hyatt Dubai’s annual Oktoberfest party.
Wed-Fri: Free entry (priced on consumption). Sat brunch: Dhs180 (food only), Dhs240 (house beverages). 7pm-1am. Until October 25 (excluding October 19-20). Grand Hyatt Dubai (04 317 2222).

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