5 things to do today in Dubai

Kisstory at Nasimi beach or Go to Dubai Flea Market

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on October 9:

Dubai Flea Market
Rifle through one man’s trash to find your treasures at this edition of the Dubai Flea Market in Uptown Mirdif, one of the biggest second-hand markets in the region. If you’d rather turn your used goods into gold (or your hand-me-downs into dirhams), sign up online for a stall at the next edition in JLT on Friday October 16 for Dhs290.
Free entry. 2pm-7pm. Promenade Courtyard, near Spinneys, Uptown Mirdif, www.dubai-fleamarket.com (050 659 5812).

Kisstory at Nasimi beach
Revisit the ’90s at Nasimi Beach tonight where three of the decade’s biggest American R&B groups are set to perform. Jagged Edge (Where’s the Party At?), Next (Too Close) and Black Street (No Diggity) are on-stage with British garage acts DJ Luck and MC Neat, and Artful Dodger, as well as local DJ Under The Moon.
Dhs150 in advance, Dhs180 on the door. 5pm-3am. Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (055 924 6496).

Support this
Take part in the Pink is Punk run in support of breast cancer awareness at Anantara The Palm Dubai. There are four categories, depending on your level of fitness and age, combining swims and runs (or no swims at all). Fancy dress is also welcome. Just sign up online.
From Dhs100. 6am. Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort & Spa, Palm Jumeirah, www.premieronline.com.

Night Vibes at Sho Cho
Regular club night Night Vibes launches The Little Tea Party brunch. This new Friday event takes place in a fanciful space with décor inspired by Alice in Wonderland, featuring giant teacups, playing cards and mushrooms. The soundtrack is house music by Night Vibes.
Dhs175 per person (soft drinks). Dhs250 per person (five beverages). Fri 1pm-5pm. Sho Cho, Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 346 1111).

First Aid
Learn paediatric first aid.
From Dhs325. October 9, 9am-1pm, 1908 Goldcrest Executive Tower, Cluster C, JLT, www.dubaifirstaid.com.

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