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What To Do This July In Dubai

Don't miss out on what's happening this month!

Tamilla Dowse Tamilla Dowse

What To Do This July In Dubai

World Cup 2018

That one month we all wait for every four years has finally come around! July is the month of the knockouts and finals, so make sure you don’t miss out on the screenings taking place in bars all over the city. Check out our article to find out where you can watch!

Dubai Sports World

Sports lovers – this is just the place for you! Dubai Sports World takes place for three months (ends 8th September) every summer, making it the largest indoor summer sports venue. For those of us who understand the crazy heat during the summer months, the opportunity to play our favourite sports games inside (with AC) is a dream come true! People of all ages are welcome here, and activities range for professional athletes, to trainers, or for those who enjoy playing a few friendly games! Check out their website for more info, especially if you’re wanting to rent a court/pitch or plan a group event!

Dubai Summer Surprises

Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) has been happening in Dubai for over 20 years! For the newbies – this event takes place from the June 22nd to August 4th, making July the prime month to check out all the ‘surprises’ which include insane sales of up to 75%, access to limited edition pieces and various competitions. For those who don’t neccesarily love shopping, there will be plenty of other fun activities happening (especially for the kids) and live shows with disney characters!

Air Drive Exhibition

This event goes all the way through summer until the 10th of October, so you’ll have plenty of time to check it out! However, it could be a good idea if you’re looking for an outing during this July. French photographer Renaud Marion is showcasing his Air Drive series which includes a fantasy world of flying cars, which has an eclectic mix of futuristic and vintage themes. If you’re a car or art lover, then you will especially appreciate this!

Tomorrowland Screening

Who hasn’t heard of Tommorowland… it’s pretty much THE festival of all festivals. Before you get confused, the festival itself is still taking place in Belgium, however for one day only (July 29th) from 2pm – 3am, the concerts will be broadcasted live on massive screens in Dubai’s Festival City Arena. Although it might not be as good as the real thing, you’ll be in a great environment surrounded by other people there to enjoy the DJing of artists like Armin Van Buuren, Martin Solveig, Dimitri Vegas, and many more. Get your festival fix and make sure you don’t miss out!