5 things to do today in Dubai

Don’t miss Mr. Scruff at Zero Gravity or dine on dim sum at The Royal Budha

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on February 27:

Don’t miss Mr. Scruff at Zero Gravity: Aurora presents Mr. Scruff, who will perform a rare five-hour set.
Free before 10pm for gents, Dhs100 after; free for ladies before midnight, Dhs100 after. 2pm-3am. Zero Gravity, SkyDive Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 399 0009).

Take on the Challenge: Sign up for Challenge Dubai, a new triathlon event. Athletes will swim 1.9km, ride 90km and run 21km, finishing at Jumeirah Beach Park.
Dhs1,100 per person, Dhs1,500 team. 6.45am. Jumeirah Beach, www.challenge-dubai.com.

Try traditional eats at Made In Dubai: Head to Zabeel Park and join in this spotlight on Emirati food, showcasing as many as 96 of the nation’s favourite dishes.
Dhs5 to enter Zabeel Park. Fri-Sat 10am-9pm. Until February 28. Zabeel Park, www.dubaifoodfestival.com.

Dine on dim sum at The Royal Budha: Enjoy unlimited steamed delicacies, freshly made in-house and served from the trolley. There is also a happy hour on selected beverages on Fridays from noon-6pm.
Dhs78 per person (unlimited dim sum and speciality tea). Fri noon-midnight. Ongoing. Holiday Inn Dubai, Al Barsha (04 323 4333).

Check out Sugar Beach at Barasti: Hideo Kobayashi, one of Japan’s most prolific electronic music producers, will perform a live set from 3pm until 6pm. Marty Metcalf, DJ Venus, Berry Latte, Just Lance, Tom Ferguson and Marc T take over after 6pm.
Free. 3pm-3am. Le Méridian Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, Al Sufouh Road (04 318 1313).

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