The outdoor market will host fresh food stalls, arts and crafts stations and souvenir stalls with unique artefacts in the midst of a bustling hub of culture and heritage.
On weekends, the marketplace will transform into a bazaar of entertainment with traditional performers including oud players, Arabic singers and tanoura dancers every Thursday and Friday night.
There will also be a henna artist and sous (liquorice drink) vendors onsite, while a storyteller will entertain little ones with Ramadan stories, games and competitions every night.
The full weekend line-up is as follows:
9.10pm – 9.30pm Emcee opening
9.30pm – 9.40pm Mawlawi
9.40pm – 10pm Storyteller
10pm – 10.30pm Tanoura dancers
10.30pm – 10.45pm Storytellers (games and competitions)
10.45pm – 11.15pm Oud players & Arabic singer
11.15pm – 11.30pm Tanoura dancers
11.30pm – 11.45pm Storyteller (stories and Ramadan Fazoura)
11.45pm – 12.20am Oud player & Arabic singers
12.20am – 12.30am Emcee closing
If you prefer to enjoy the celebrations from the comfort of the air-con, head to BurJuman mall where you can enjoy free henna and Arabic calligraphy throughout Ramadan.
There’s also an arts and crafts corner for young artists to get creative and the mall will be decorated with beautiful Ramadan-themed elements to mark the occasion.
Free. Open daily until Thu June 14, sunset-sunrise. Souq Area, Al Seef, Dubai Creek, www.alseef.ae.