5 things to do today in Dubai

Eat your way around Emirates Towers or African house night at Level 41

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on August 7:

Eat your way around Emirates Towers: This progressive dining experience takes in Alta Badia Bar, Alta Badia, The Rib Room and The Ivy. The event finishes with a mixology lesson in The Ivy Bar.
Maximum ten people. Dhs750 per person. Daily from 7.30pm. Ongoing. Jumeirah Emirates Towers (04 366 5866).

Watch three-on-three basketball: Check out the Duplays three-on-three basketball tournament. Head to the indoor courts of Dubai Sports World to watch the competition, featuring men’s, women’s and youth teams from across the city.
Free to spectate. 9am-5pm. Dubai Sports World, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.dubaisportsworld.ae (04 306 4000).

Try your hand at flower arranging: Learn the peaceful, 600-year-old art of flower positioning at a free workshop today as part of BurJuman’s ‘Flower Power’ festival.
Free. 4pm-6pm. Today only. BurJuman Centre, Bur Dubai (04 352 0222).

African house night at Level 41: House of Afrika welcomes one of South Africa’s most respected house producers, DJ Shimza. A regular on Metro FM, you can find him playing at all the country’s big concerts.
Free before 11pm, Dhs100 after. 8pm-3am. Today only. Level 41, Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City (04 427 1000).

Kenny Glasgow goes solo at The Act: Half of the acclaimed Art Department duo, Kenny Glasgow, is returning to his solo roots and bringing his electronic vibes to The Act.
Free. 11pm-3am. Today Only. The Act Dubai, Shangri-La Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 355 1116).

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