Best in Dubai: What to do in Dubai this July 2019

La Perle by Dragone

La Perle will run for at least the next 10 years, with 10 performances a week taking place twice a night in a purpose-built theatre in the heart of Al Habtoor City. The aqua theatre uses state-of-the-art technology that produces waterfalls, torrents and rain on a floor that floods and drains within seconds. Expect to see 65 world-class performers from 23 countries performing breathtaking and extraordinary.  

For more information: laperle.com/en

Dubai Sports World

A longstanding fixture in the emirate’s sporting and social calendar, Dubai Sports World utilises just some of DWTC’s many versatile halls to act as an air-conditioned 25,000 square metre indoor venue for three months until 10th September – enabling a myriad of sporting activities and events to continue, whatever the weather outside.

For more information: dubaisportsworld.ae

Dubai Summer Surprises

With summer on the horizon, the entire city gears up for Dubai Summer Surprises, a month’s-long celebration of entertainment and shopping until August 3. Explore the treasure trove of family fun across town and make the most of Dubai’s bright summers with live concerts, fireworks and discounts just about everywhere you can imagine.

For more information: visitdubai.com

Martin Nievera and Lani Misalucha Live

July 5 will see singers Martin Nievera and Lani Misalucha perform a joint show at Dubai World Trade Centre. The two are on a mission to serenade expat pinoys of the Middle East during their World Alliance ME Tour. Travelling all around the region, the two will arrive in Dubai with tracks that have made them unbeatable forces in the music industry.

For more information: +971 54 385 7178