Ridin’ solo? No problem. Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and there’s no shortage of events for singletons to embrace ahead of the love-it-or-hate-it-day.
For those party animals left without a date this Valentine’s Day, fear no more. The UAE’s most highly anticipated music festival. RedFestDXB is all set to take place this Thursday at Dubai Media CIty Amphitheatre, with an all-star lineup of artists. Day one will be headlined by DJ Snake, Jesse Glynne and G-Eazy. Tickets are priced between Dhs 395-1195.
We’re guessing you’re either dreading Valentine’s Day or stressed trying to find a date. If you’re either, Smash Room has got the ultimate package. This Thursday, they’re letting singletons let off steam by smashing ten glasses and a television spray painted with their ex’s name on it. Not to mention, guests can also bring their own items, especially gifts from ex’s! The package costs a discounted rate of Dhs 175 and is available in the days leading to Valentine’s Day, from Sunday, 10th February to Thursday, 14th February.
Photograph credit: Smash Room
Anti-Valentines Evening Brunch at McGettigan’s WTC
Sulking while single on Valentine’s Day is too passé this generation. Cut loose at McGettigans’s Dubai World Trade Center for an upbeat single’s evening brunch this Thursday. They’re serving a three-course-meal with three hours of unlimited refreshments for Dhs 230 per person. For reservations, email email@example.com.
Photograph credit: McGettigan’s
Singles party at Moe’s
There’s no reason for Valentine’s Day to ruin a Thursday night. Thanks to Moe’s, they’re going all-out with a party for all the singletons in the city. Ladies will be welcomed with complementary beverages upon arrival, and free small serving spirits for everyone in every half an hour. The party begins from 9 pm till close. For bookings, contact 04 333 3055.
Photograph credit: Moe’s
Pitbull live at Dubai Sports City
Hip-hop fans, rejoice! Mr Worldwide, aka Pitbull is heading to Dubai for a high energy set at Dubai Sports City for the grand opening ceremony of Pakistan Super League. The Latin-American hip-hop icon’s gig will follow with a lineup of Pakistani talents taking the stage, and the opening match of the league. Tickets cost Dhs 40.