5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Visit Haunted Heights at Wild Wadi or see Brad Pitt in Fury

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on October 23:

Visit Haunted Heights at Wild Wadi: Experience the first haunted house in a waterpark. Haunted Heights is a walk-through journey that tells a story of a revenge-seeking Djinn who’s out to spook visitors.
Dhs295 (adults), Dhs235 (guests under 1.1m). 1pm-6pm. Until November 8. Wild Wadi Waterpark, Jumeirah Beach Road, www.jumeirah.com (04 348 4444).

See Brad Pitt in Fury: Pitt co-stars with Shia LaBeouf and Logan Lerman in this Second World War action drama.
In cinemas across Dubai from October 22.

Diwali dinner at Na3Na3: Tonight, the Arabic restaurant honours the Indian festival of light with a one-off seafood dinner.
Dhs225 (food only), Dhs280 (selected beverages). 7pm-11pm. The Address Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444).

Festival fever: The Magnetic Fields Festival launch party features a diverse line-up including the UK’s bass don Wen alongside Dubai newcomer Finlay Lefox. Essarai plays the main room and local support comes from Makrodot alongside Dust resident Adriano K, kicking off the night in true groove’n’bass style.
Dhs75. 9pm-2.45am. Casa Latina, Ibis Hotel, Al Barsha (04 399 6699).

Head to Sonic Sessions: Liquid Soul and Raxon take to the stage at Domeland to play a mix of electronic music. Liquid Soul, aka Nicola Capobianco, has performed at festivals with Tiësto and Armin van Buuren.
Dhs150. 9pm-3am. Domeland, Chi@The Lodge, Oud Metha (050 882 3435).

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