Notting Hill Carnival coming to Lucky Voice

Caribbean vibes, samba dancers and steel pans coming to karaoke hotspot

A Notting Hill Carnival-themed night is coming to Dubai’s Lucky Voice on Friday August 25, so expect a massive party at one of the city’s most fun-loving hotspots.

The final weekend in August in the UK sees the arrival of Notting Hill Carnival over the bank holiday weekend, where West London’s Notting Hill becomes awash with colour, reggae, samba and fun at Europe’s largest street carnival.

The celebration of the UK capital’s Caribbean community features two days of live music, steel bands and street food including jerk chicken.

A little bit closer to home, and one of Dubai’s most renowned nightlife venues is hosting a bash of its very own.

From 8pm until 3am on Friday August 25, expect the vibes and tones of the carnival, with live music coming from resident band Game Over, plus DJ Mitchell. Expect special performances from a whole host of samba dancers, as well as the classic sounds of the steel pans.

There will also be a range of drinks promotions to get your hands on throughout the night, plus private karaoke pods to hire for when you’re ready to start belting out your favourite tunes.

To reserve your booth, table or karaoke pod, call Lucky Voice on 800 58259, or email Entry is free, and there’s a two-for-one happy hour between 4pm and 8pm.

Free. Fri Aug 25, 8pm-3am. Grand Millennium Dubai, Barsha Heights, (800 58259).

If you're thinking about heading to Lucky Voice, why not check out the midweek brunch on a Wednesday, or make a day of it on Friday at The Lucky Brunch?

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