Weekend on the way in Dubai: 5-7 October 2017

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Weekend on the way in Dubai: 5-7 October 2017

Soul Jam on Thursday 05 october 2017
The jazz, soul and R&B festival takes place tonight at The Irish Village. At the top of the bill this year sits Alexander O’Neal, the ’80s soul sensation with arguably his biggest hit Criticize recently re-entering the UK single charts 30 years after its release. The line-up also includes British funk and soul sensation Omar, ’80s soul singing sensation, Jackie Graham, and fellow ’80s star Mica Paris. Dhs175.

Venue: The Irish Village, Garhoud, www.800tickets.com.

Bizaaar @ White Dubai on Thursday 05 october 2017

Every Thursday, unlock #Dubai’s best-kept secret, #BIZAAAR, an eclectic mix of international timeless sounds.

Groove on the grass on Friday 06 october 2017
The music and arts festival kicks off on Friday October 6 at Emirates Golf Club, bringing us live music from the likes of Jacques Greene, DJ Tennis, Nightmares on Wax and headliner Nicolas Jaar.
From Dhs150. Fri Oct 6, 5pm-3am

Venue: Emirates Golf Club, Emirates, Emirates Living, 

Dream Theater on Friday 06 october 2017
Legendary rockers Dream Theater are heading to town, with Dubai set to experience arguably its biggest night of rock this year. The classic prog rockers launched their debut album Images, Words & Beyond 25 years ago, and are embarking on a massive tour to celebrate the anniversary. With tracks including Pull Me Under, and Another Day still drawing in sold out crowds a quarter of a century after its first release, combined with a spectacular light and visual show, a big night is in store when the band arrives in town tomorrow at The Dome in Dubai Sports City.

Venue: The Dome, Dubai Sports City, www.bandsintown.com.

Season Relaunch @ Cove Beach on Friday 06 october 2017

Friday plans? Join us as we relaunch the season with guest DJ AHMET KILIC, DJ Anthony Bassoulou and Shenkin Beatz.

#FeelTheCove #CoveBeachDubai #SeasonOpening

Venue: Jumeirah Beach Hotel

Jumeirah Restaurant Week
If you can’t make the Big Bite Out, you have a whole seven days afterwards to take advantage of Jumeirah Restaurant Week. A total of 40 restaurants and bars at Jumeirah Group properties across the city put on three-course menus at set prices, ranging from Dhs95 to Dhs350. Participating restaurants include Zheng He’s, The Hide and Rockfish.
For bookings and more information, visit www.jumeirah.com/en/offers/jumeirah-restaurant-week-2017.

Ace Hood URBN @ White Dubai on Saturday  07 october 2017

On Saturday October 7, we sweep our doors open for the city’s ultimate URBAN night, URBN Saturdays, featuring American hip hop recording artist Ace Hood.

Best known for the hit singles “Hustle Hard” and “Bugatti, ACE HOOD got signed to DJ Khaled’s label We The Best Music Group after having been formerly signed to Def Jam Recordings and Cash Money Records. He has released four studio albums with his most successful being his last two albums, Blood, Sweat & Tears and Trials & Tribulations. Ladies, enjoy the complimentary bar. Opening hours: 10pm-3am. Dress code: Smart elegant

For more information, please visit www.whitedubai.com

#URBN #URBNGeneration #MyWhite #WhiteDubai #MyDubai #Dubai #ACEHOOD

Venue: Meydan Grandstand Rooftop – Meydan Hotel

Saturday Beach Brunch with Charl Chaka  @BMI Saturday 07 october 2017

Just imagine this, beautiful weather, a gorgeous beach, some groovy music and our epic vibe. All packaged together with a lavish flow of food & drinks. World, meet our newly re-invented, Saturday Brunch. Our Brunch features a mouthwatering menu, custom made by our chefs for the day, featuring Mediterranean delights, a selection of piping hot BBQ and an Asian twist with our fresh sushi. To top it all of, we got your sweet ending covered with a selection of soul satisfying desserts. And no brunch is complete without our unlimited drinks selection.

During the day, Charl Chaka and our residents will take you through a Groovy, jazzy atmosphere that is bound to get you on your feet dancing.