Things To Do In Dubai: February Edition
A bridal show, 2 musical festivals and Valentine's Day, here's why you should stay in Dubai this month...
4 February 2018
If you’re already feeling stuck for things to do in Dubai this February don’t despair, as we’ve planned a Dubai calendar which will keep you entertained throughout the month!
From the Dubai Food Festival to the Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival, February is set to be another month full of fun in Dubai.
However, there are not just music festivals and food trucks this Valentine’s month, as we’re looking forward to the biggest bridal show in the Middle East, BRIDE Dubai. As we’re also excited to develop our photography skills in Alserkal Avenue during the annual GPP Photo Week. Before we attend the opening of a new Dubai super club!
Call your friends, make plans, because here is your Dubai lifestyle and culture guide for February 2018…
February 7th to 10th
Dubai World Trade Centre
It’s no secret that we’re looking forward to the Middle East’s leading wedding and lifestyle event, BRIDE, which starts on Wednesday at the Dubai World Trade Centre. As the ultimate event for brides-to-be in the region, visitors can expect fashion shows, the best of the UAE’s wedding industry, a million dollar wedding cake and Instagram famous influencers.
If you want to find out more head to our BRIDE features here.
GPP Photo Week 2018
February 7th to 12th
The longest running photography festival in the region, GPP Photo Week , returns this month in Dubai’s artsy Alserkal Avenue. With exhibitions, photo walks, workshops, seminars and even kids activities, the event will help develop the knowledge and skills of photographers from all abilities. Get ready to be inspired and challenged, whilst you connect with fellow photography lovers from around the world.
February 8th to 9th
Media City Amphitheatre, Dubai Media City
Also returning to Dubai this month is RedFestDXB, a two-day music festival at the Media City Amphitheatre. We’re looking forward to performances from The Chainsmokers, Kesha, Marshmello, Bebe Rexa and Craig David, as well as French-Lebanese artist Anthony Touma.
For Valentine's Day 2018 we've already got inspiration on makeup looks, florists and where to eat on a Dubai date. With gift guides, Galentine's party decor, outfit inspiration and romantic getaways to follow. So stayed tuned for ewmoda's Valentine's Day updates and coverage, as we're definitely feeling the love...
Ballet Under The Stars 2018
February 15th to 16th
Desert Palm Dubai, Al Awir Road, Dubai
The Covent Garden Dance Company are travelling to Dubai to perform an intimate al fresco show, as iconic ballerina Mara Galeazzi will headline the performance. With twelve highly skilled dancers, the show will be performed on the lawns of Desert Palm Dubai, as this romantic experience is the perfect Valentine’s Day treat.
Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival 2018
Febuary 21st to 23rd
Dubai Media City Amphitheatre
Duran Duran, John Legend and Ricky Martin, need we say more…the 16th edition of Dubai Jazz Festival will be headlined by these three musical legends, as February hosts another musical festival in Dubai that we won’t be missing. Living La Vida Loca, anyone?!
For more information on Dubai Jazz Fest click here.
Dubai Food Festival
February 22nd to March 10th
Various locations across Dubai
With pop-up restaurants on the beach, fine-dining deals and celebrity chef appearances, the Dubai Food Festival 2018 is another one to look forward to. Highlights will include Dubai Restaurant Week (fine-dining for value prices), Beach Canteen (dining and entertainment at Sunset Beach) and Hidden Gems (foodie discoveries). We’re hungry thinking about it!
Shaolin Warriors: Kung Fu Masters Show
February 27th to March 3rd
Buddhist meditation balanced with dangerous martial-arts, this show is one to watch! From the lighting to the music, this show is magnificently crafted as we can’t wait for it to arrive in Dubai. The Kung Fu spectacular will be full of thrills and excitement, as well as stunning chorography and outstanding expertise.