A spectacular month ahead…

This month we will be entering the Holy Month of Ramadan, which means that events will be slowing down slightly but there are still plenty of incredible things to do in Dubai in March. No matter your plans, make sure this is the best month possible.

Here are 9 things to get excited for in Dubai this March.

I’m Kevin Hart

Things to do in Dubai this March

When: Monday, March 4

Funny man, Kevin Hart will be making his way to the Coca-Cola Arena for one night only this March. The night promises to be one that will have you keeling over in laughter. Known for his deadpan humour and incredible timing this show will delve into his life experiences and insecurities.


What’s On Turns 45

Things to do in Dubai this March

When:  Monday, March 4

This year is a very special year for us here at What’s On as we are celebrating our 45th anniversary and what better way to celebrate than with a big blowout party at the What’s On Awards? Taking place at the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre on March 4 this will be our biggest party yet.

A Super kind of brunch

When: Saturday, March 2

Eight incredible restaurants, eight spectacular chefs all under one immaculate and gourmet brunch. From Mediterranean cuisine from French Rivera Beach to flavour-packed dishes by the iconic Atrangi by Ritu Dalmia. Each of the restaurants at Jumeirah Al Qasr will be providing guests with their exquisite dishes. Brunch starts from Dhs450 for soft drinks.

restaurants@jumeirah.com for bookings

Get your glow on

When: From March 11

This Ramadan, Glow in the Park at Adventura Parks is gearing up for fun-filled iftars. Throughout the holy month, guests are invited to enjoy an iftar buffet paired with park access and fun activities including ziplining, and obstacle courses. The iftar packages start from Dhs125 per person.


Oysters and champagne? Yes.

When: Throughout March

Duo Gastrobar is now welcoming guests with a pairing nearly as perfect as pickles and shawarma. The Dubai Hills outpost is inviting you to enjoy oysters and Champagne, they are the perfect duo, enhancing each other’s flavours. Brought in from Dibba Bay, the UAE’s finest fresh oysters you can enjoy six oysters and two glasses for Dhs249.


The masked DJ 

Alan Walker featured

Alan Walker will be taking on one of the oldest and most well-known beach clubs in Dubai, Barasti. The concert will kick off at sunset from 6pm on Saturday, March 2 and you can already secure your spot on the sand on platinumlist.net. Tickets are priced from Dhs199. If you aren’t familiar, Alan Walker is known for countless hits but arguably his most famous include the hit Faded and the latest remix of the 90s hit Better Off Alone. 


Experience true ikigai

When: Throughout March

This March Nobu by the Beach is offering guests the ultimate in minimalist Japanese traditions. Unwind at the stylish bar at Nobu by the Beach, is offering couples two signature dishes paired with a carafe of sake priced at Dhs380 for two.


Young, Dumb & Broke in Dubai

Things to do in Dubai this March

When:  Friday, March 8

Giving us golden retriever energy all around, the R’n’B artist Khalid will be making his way to the Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai on Friday, March 8. While we all know him for the ever-popular hit that went viral – Location, this soulful singer has a lot more to him than asking for a location. Although Khalid is now 25 years old the star started his musical escapades at the ripe age of 17 when he released his first album aptly named “American Teen.”


The Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Championships

Garbine Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships trophy

When: Until March 2

Returning to Dubai for the 24th edition of the men’s tournament welcomes tennis enthusiasts to experience the prestigious event. Beyond tennis watching the experience for fans inclusive of fabulous activations including fun games to play as well as the fantastic dining options at the tennis stadium including the much-loved Irish Village.