UAE events: Your 2021 guide to concerts, shows and exhibitions in Dubai

UAE events: Your 2021 guide to concerts, shows and exhibitions in Dubai

UAE events: Your 2021 guide to concerts, shows and exhibitions in Dubai

Here’s a comprehensive list of activities taking place in the first quarter of the year.
From comedy nights, live shows, concerts, family activities, sports events and more, here’s a comprehensive list of events and activities taking place in the first quarter of 2021. Dubai Opera
January 14,15:
The Kuwaiti comedy Bait Bu Sanad will be shedding light on the challenges that society poses on families.
January 21,22:
French singer and songwriter Enrico Macias promises to take the audience on a journey through space and time with a truly magical night.
January 27:
The Bootleg Beatles will perform the legendary British band’s hits from the 60s.February 4-6: One of the most celebrated and classical ballets Giselle will be staged.
February 7,8:
The Russian State Opera Bizet’s Carmen will hold a performance.
February 9,10:
Get transported to the land of the Pharaohs in Verdi’s Aida.
February 12:
Syrian maestro Iyad Rimawi will unleash his classical tunes on stage.
February 18:
The legendary Gipsy Kings’ member André Reyes returns to Dubai for an evening of Flamenco and Latin melodies, that’ll have the audience up on their feet.
March 18:
Elio Pace and his band will perform The Billy Joel Songbook show, which celebrates the music of Grammy-winning American singer songwriter Billy Joel.
Comedy shows
January 7-15:
The Laughter Factory’s Supersize Your Good Mood tour will be held from at various venues in Dubai. The line-up of comedians include Ester Manito, Stephen Grant and John Fothergill.
January 13,14:
British comedian Jack Whitehall will bring his Stood Up world tour to Dubai World Trade Centre on. February 5:
Stand-up comedian Rahul Dua is set to take the stage at Queen Elizabeth 2 Hotel to present his show Laugh-A-Thon.
January 15:
Pakistani pop star Atif Aslam will hit the stage at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
January 15:
Lebanese star Najwa Karam and acclaimed singer-composer Majid Al Mohandis will be appearing in a concert at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
January 20:
Breakout UK artist, singer and songwriter Calum Scott is set to deliver a performance at Dubai Opera.
January 22:
Arab pop star Amr Diab will perform his chart-topping classics at the Dubai International Stadium.
Sports events
January 28-31:

The OMEGA Dubai Desert Classic will see a plethora of the world’s greatest players returning to Emirates Golf Club.
February 14-March 5:

The Dubai Polo Gold Cup Series will be attracting some of the world’s leading polo players at this world-class competition and entertainment.
February 19:

The Desert Warrior Challenge will be returning to test participant’s physical and mental strength in the midst of Al Marmoom Desert.
Art & Culture
January 29-February 13:
The Emirates Airline Festival of Literature beckons book lovers who can attend insightful sessions, debates and workshops hosted by world-renowned authors and literary heroes.
March 17-20:
Art Dubai 2021 will feature an array of thought-provoking exhibitions and activities held across the city to mark UAE’s 50th anniversary.
February 25-March 13:
Food lovers can look forward to the Dubai Food Festival that allows visitors to experience fine dining, hidden gems, home grown restaurant concepts and global brands. The public can even take part in guided food tours, cooking masterclasses and themed feasts.
March 9-13:
Organised from the at Dubai Harbour, the Dubai International Boat Show is set to showcase luxury superyachts and leisure crafts from around the world, with some estimated at Dh2.6 billion.

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