FIRST LOOK: Drai's

It's been given a classy redesign ahead of the winter season

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With Dubai's nightlife season kicking off again, Drai's is hosting a spectacular season launch today – and we got an exclusive first look inside the outdoor club.

It's been given a classy redesign ahead of its big opening on Friday September 14 and Saturday September 15 for the winter season.

Kicking off at 11am each day, the first 100 ladies through the door will receive free entry and a sunbed.

After that, it's Dhs100 for women including one drink or Dhs200 for gents including two drinks.

On Friday, the party will go on until 1am while on Saturday it all wraps up at 9pm. That means you can have a solid 10 hours of partying.

Next Tuesday, Drai's will be hosting its weekly ladies' day from 11am to 9pm, with a Dhs100 entry fee bagging an open bar with glam services until 4pm.

And in another exciting reveal, Drai's has announced that it will now be open five times per week rather than just on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

The club is yet to announce the season line-up, but with big plans to reinvent the day-clubbing scene in Dubai we can't wait to see what the team has in store.

Dhs100 (free for first 100 ladies), Dhs200 (gents). Fri Sep 14 and Sat Sep 15, from 11am. Meydan Racecourse, Nad Al Sheba (052 388 8857).

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