‘Ramadan In Dubai’ Campaign Unveils Weekend Extravaganza

‘Ramadan In Dubai’ Campaign Unveils Weekend Extravaganza

This weekend, as part of the ‘Ramadan In Dubai’ campaign, residents and visitors have a range of opportunities to soak up the spirit of the season in Dubai’s vibrant tents, Iftars, Suhoors, and markets.

In celebrations organized by the Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), the city will also see nightly fireworks, enchanting illumination displays, community events, and exciting shopping promotions, which offer new ways to create treasured memories with loved ones.

Special three-day only promotions

The Great Online Sale returns for its second year, with an even bigger event from 29th to 31st March. During the mega three-day online sale, those hunting for Eid gifts, home items, and tech gadgets can shop top local and international brands from the comfort of their own home. There are even more exclusive savings and deeper discounts available for shoppers who sign up at, where they can also enter an exciting draw offering three prizes of AED10,000 for each winner.

Leading lifestyle and global brands are available on various platforms like Amazon,,, and Azadea. For Ramadan hosting, significant discounts on homeware items are offered by United Furniture, The Red Carpet, Otaq Home, CB2, Crate & Barrel, Homebox, IKEA, Homes R Us, and Pan Home. Eid gifts are available at Alfardan Jewellery, The Watch House, Rivoli, Ghawali, V Perfumes, Coral Perfumes, Xpressions, and Bath & Body Works. Fashion and leisure wear for all ages and budgets are offered by Hanayen, Lululemon, All Saints, Reebok, Splash, Maje, Sandro, Carters, Centrepoint, Brands for Less, and Alessandro Borelli Teens Kids. Toys and treats for kids are available from brands like Lego and The Mom Store.

Enchanting fireworks and illuminations

This weekend, Bluewaters and The Beach, JBR, will host dazzling fireworks displays for all ages to enjoy on Saturday and Sunday nights at 22:00. Visitors can enjoy the seafront views and browse local artisan market stalls while waiting for the show. Across the city, iconic buildings and neighborhoods will be illuminated as part of the Shared Light Festival, from 20:00 to 2:30 each evening. Residents and visitors can witness stunning projections at Al Seef, Dubai Festival City, Al Habai Mosque, and the Grand Jumeirah Mosque, spreading festive spirit as part of Ramadan Reflections.

Diverse cuisine and curated Iftars and Suhoors

During Ramadan, Dubai offers a diverse range of dining experiences, from lavish Iftar buffets to elegant Suhoors and casual café bites. Restaurants and tents across the city serve curated festive menus. The Careem 'Everything App' allows pre-booking of Iftar packages at over 150 venues, including Jun’s Downtown Dubai and Al Sultan Majlis at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, offering instant discounts ranging from 15-40% on dining bills. Additionally, customers receive a 30% discount on Hala Taxi rides to and from the venues, enhancing the Ramadan dining experience for residents and tourists alike.

Ramadan markets

After Tarawih prayers, residents can visit Layali Al Ghaf in Mushrif Park and enjoy fun competitions, browse retail stores and enjoy different bites from various restaurants, as well as take part in sports activities and cooking competitions.

Adventurous excursions

During Ramadan, Dubai's pleasant weather encourages a focus on health and wellbeing, outdoor activities, and quality time with loved ones. Adventure enthusiasts can explore the scenic mountains of Hatta, enjoying 50% savings on outdoor adventure packages at Hatta Wadi Hub. Families who love sports can participate in the 11th edition of the Nad Al Sheba Sports Tournament at the Nad Al Sheba Sports Complex, featuring nine sports tournaments under the theme 'Limitless Capabilities', including volleyball, padel, obstacle racing, jiu-jitsu, cycling, running, POD basketball, tug of war, and fencing.

Sense of togetherness

Dubai offers a plethora of ways to celebrate into the night during Ramadan. Boxpark features lantern-lined pathways, dining outlets for Iftar, mesmerizing light décor, and a Ramadan Art exhibition. A special Ramadan Bazaar offers abayas, décor, accessories, and gifts. Hai Ramadan at Expo City Dubai offers markets, crafts, entertainment, and elegant/casual Iftars. Al Seef, Al Khawaneej Walk, and Bluewaters host traditional music performances, while Ramadan markets like Ramadan District at Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Ramadan at the Bay at Dubai Festival City, Souq Ramadan 24 in Deira, and Ramadaniyat at THE HUB in Majlis Al Khawaneej offer opportunities to discover local artisans and enjoy community vibes.

‘Ramadan In Dubai’ campaign

Launched by the Dubai Media Council under the directives of H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Second Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Chairman of the Dubai Media Council (DMC), the ‘Ramadan In Dubai’ campaign brings the public and private sectors together for the first time for a unified celebration of the Holy Month.

News Source: Emirates News Agency

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