Things To Do In Dubai: March Edition
Head to the beach, discover Art Dubai and glam up for Dubai World Cup 2018...
5 March 2018
Despite the odd grey day, the Dubai weather is heating up and so our plans for March in Dubai as we can’t wait for spring in the Middle East!
From lazy days on the beach watching the camels walk by, to admiring creative talents at Art Dubai and experiencing more culture at the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, there’s plenty to keep you busy in March. As you also need to dig out your best hat for the Dubai World Cup which returns at the end of the month.
Ladies listen up, as we have plans for International Women’s Day 2018 in Dubai which is celebrated on the 8th March. And for all the Irish expats living in Dubai (or those who love to party) we’ve also highlighted St. Patricks Day celebrations you won’t want to miss.
So here are the dates you need to save for the month ahead, with your Dubai lifestyle and culture guide for March…
Dalí in Dubai
1st March to 22nd April
DIFC Conference Centre, Building 4
The Conference Centre in DIFC is crurrently hosting a “Salvador Dalí –The Memories” exhibition with the Spanish artists work being displayed in the Middle East for the first time. The collection exhibits rare pieces that have been hidden from the public as the world’s most iconic surrealist artist is brought back to life here in Dubai. The show can be viewed on weekdays from 1pm-10pm and weekends from 10am-10pm.
9th March to 10th March
Huda Beauty, TRESemmé and the beauty bloggers you love to follow will gather in Burj Park for a beauty extravaganza. With the best of the Middle East’s beauty influencers and experts, they’ll also be internationally acclaimed beauty icons, as they’ll all discuss the latest beauty trends, participate in masterclasses and delve into the world of beauty.
Art Dubai 2018
21st to 24th March
The leading international art fair is back in the Middle East for its twelfth edition, as we can’t wait to explore and admire creative talents at Art Dubai 2018. Artists and gallerists are excited to showcase the latest contemporary and modern works, as the art world arrives in Dubai for a globally diverse event and appreciation of art in culture in the region and beyond.
Nikki Beach Club
Pearl Jumeirah, 12pm to 12am
After your Paddy's Day celebrations, relax at the luxury beach club Nikki Beach which is celebrating it's second birthday. There will be a party to celebrate two iconic years of the beach club with live entertainment, performances and maybe a few more beverages.
Rag’n’Bone Man at Dubai Opera
Dubai Opera, Downtown Dubai, 9pm
The award winning singer Rag’n’Bone Man aka Rory Graham, will play a one-night-only show at the Dubai Opera. The BRIT Awards winner is currently on a European tour, but fans in the Emirates are being spoilt with a special performance for AED 195 on 23rd March.