July 2018 is here and if you are looking for some fun activities in Dubai for July 2018, we’ve got you covered. Bayut brings to you a round-up of all the hottest July 2018 events in Dubai. This handy list of 2018 Dubai events will surely help you to figure out what to do in Dubai in July, so let’s get right to it.
July 2018 events in Dubai
July is here, schools are out and Dubai is ready to welcome the Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS). We are going to see shopping malls across Dubai hosting crazy sales and activities for the kids, all throughout July. Let’s take a look at all the other activities in Dubai for July 2018 for DSS as well as the other July 2018 events in Dubai.
Looking for some fun things to do in Dubai in July 2018 with the kids? Take them to Modesh World! Opening every DSS, this year, Modesh World is packed with interactive experiences under the theme of ‘My World’. Parents and children can enjoy entertainment facilities like traditional rides, arcade games, kiddie rides, trampolines that span across four zones, namely, Show Land, Amusement Park, Jam Base, and Modhesh Bazaar. Modesh World is the perfect opportunity for parents wondering what to do in Dubai in July with the kids, as it has endless options to keep them active all summer-long. Tickets are priced at AED 25 for general admission and AED 199 for a happy pass which includes unlimited play.
Venue: Halls 1-8, Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road
Timing: 10am – 11pm on weekdays and 10am – midnight on weekends
Date: 7 June – 25 August 2018
Watch the world cup 2018
Our next pick for fun activities in Dubai for July 2018 is, of course, watching the World Cup 2018. With the quarterfinals soon approaching, restaurants and sports bars across Dubai are screening the matches and offering discounted prices on food and beverage. Even if you’re not a fan of football, you can take advantage of the discounted prices all around. Check out our picks for places to watch the FIFA 2018 World Cup matches.
Dubai Sports World 2018
Summer is here and many people are wondering if there are any indoor activities in Dubai for July 2018. Well, Dubai Sports World offers sports fans fully air-conditioned halls, that have facilities for athletes and sports players, like a running track and courts for basketball, football, volleyball and badminton. Organised by Dubai World Trade Centre in association with Dubai Sports Council, it is the largest emirate’s largest indoor sports venue. The running track is free. Other fees vary during peak and off-peak hours, starting from as little as AED 10 per hour for ping pong, AED 30 for a badminton court and up to AED 280 off-peak for a football pitch. For bookings, you can call on 04 306 4000 from 11am-8pm.
Venue: Sheikh Saeed Halls in Dubai World Trade Centre
Timing: Daily 8am-12midnight until 8th September.
Date: Until 8th September 2018.
The Queens of Stand Up
Get ready to watch three of India’s funniest women Urooj Ashfaq, Sonali Thakker and Punya Arora, take the stage at the Headlines Cafe at Ibis World Trade Centre Hotel. The three comedians will deliver comedic performances that cover a range of topics. Urooj Ashfaq was the finalist on Queens of Comedy and is a professional when it comes to open mics. Sonali Thakker has performed on the big stages like the Canvas Laugh Club and NCPA and Punya Arora offers the audience observational and light-hearted comedy. The event will also see an opening act by the Dubai based Arzoo Malhotra adding a local touch to the entire event. Tickets are priced at AED 100.
Venue: Headlines Cafe, Ibis World Trade Centre Hotel
Date: 04 July 2018
That was our roundup of all the 2018 Dubai events happening in July. If you enjoyed this article, you may like to know about all the free things to do in Dubai in 2018. However, if you’re going to be travelling this summer, check out these tips on preparing your home before a long vacation.
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