Dubai Calendar, part of Dubai’s Department of Economy and Tourism, has announced a week-long line-up of events and activities including a number of high profile, international events to mark a Dubai Super Week, running until 14 March 2022.
Hosting a diverse array of events that cater to the theatre fanatics, foodies, arts and culture enthusiasts alike, Dubai has cemented its position as an international events hub. Working closely with city stakeholders to develop and facilitate a year round calendar of world-class performances, recreational activities and festivals, Dubai Calendar brings residents and visitors an unmissable roster of world-class entertainment.
Still placing the health and safety of guests as a top priority, Dubai has positioned itself as one of the world’s safest destinations for live events and entertainment. Dubai was recently awarded the #1 spot on the global list of Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards for Best Global Destination, which is testament to the high quality of service, safety standards and diverse offerings in the city.
The events that you can enjoy duringDubai Super Weekinclude:
LIFESTYLE AND ENTERTAINMENT
Symphonic Middle East Festival 2022 at The Theatre, Mall of the Emirates welcomes The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra to mark the final night of the Festival on 10 March. Guests are promised an enchanting evening as they witness the celebrated musical group’s mastery of the classics with Dmitry Yablonsky conducting this closing concert.
Having first set sail 29 years ago, the Dubai International Boat Show has earned its reputation as one of the region’s most unmissable marine events. Returning from 9 – 13 March, the 2022 edition takes place at the brand new Dubai Harbour. Guests can witness glamorous boats docked along the pier and explore the latest yacht technology and design on display.
Art Dubai’s 15th season is officially set to return to Madinat Jumeirah from 11 – 13 March with a slew of thought-provoking exhibitions, showcases and experiences planned. The three-day event will display artworks from across the region and the globe, with a particular focus on Africa, Latin America, and Southeast and Central Asia.
Food gourmands can dine around the world at Expo 2020 Dubai’s Food Festival. Running until 13 March, diners can treat their taste buds to diverse offerings from over 200 outlets serving up everything from street food to haute cuisine and sustainable eats, to family-friendly options.
Alserkal Art Week is running until 13 March, showcasing unique art exhibitions and pop-up events. The city’s art aficionados can delight in showcases of paintings, sculptures, and other creative expressions by Dubai-based and international artists, in addition to talks by experts and film screenings.
Dubai Challenge Cup returns for its fourth edition from 12-19 March at Al Habtoor Polo Resort and Club. This highly competitive trophy attracts some of the world’s top polo players and teams, along with eminent crowds made up of royalty, celebrities and more. Spectators can expect an afternoon of thrilling action and competition at this ‘horse-powered’ sporting event.
The Dubai Police will be hosting the UAE SWAT Challenge from 13-17 March. This international challenge promotes cooperation across special weapons and tactics (SWAT) teams globally. The competition sees international teams go head to head as they are tested on their level of tactical skills, mental focus and physical endurance across five challenge categories.
Residents and tourists can use the Dubai Calendar website and mobile application to find out more about all the events and festivals the city has to offer including at Expo 2020 Dubai, and also purchase tickets quickly and securely: www.visitdubai.com/en/whats-on/dubai-events-calendar.