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Ramadan Night Market at Al Seef showcases local handicrafts

Dubai- Throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan, Al Seef invites residents and tourists to celebrate the spirit of togetherness at its festive Ramadan Night Market – an outdoor handicrafts and food market.

Set among the picturesque surroundings of the Creekside destination, the night market brings an alfresco market experience to the heart of Dubai. Visitors can shop around for arts and crafts, homeware and souvenirs at the stalls of some of the city’s most talented artisans and homegrown businesses. In addition, the outdoor market is the perfect place to pick up fresh produce for iftar and suhoor.

Complementing the heritage vibe is a packed schedule of cultural activities every Thursday and Friday evening, featuring traditional performers, such as oud players, Arabic singers and Tanoura dancers. A henna artist and sous vendors will also be on site. A storyteller will entertain the little ones with a Ramadan story, games and competitions every night.

The Ramadan Night Market aims to bring the community together to support local farmers, small businesses and talented artisans.


Weekend Activities Schedule

Thursdays   Fridays
24 May 2018 25 May 2018
31 May 2018 1 June 2018
7 June 2018 8 June 2018
14 June 2018


Timings Activity
9:10pm – 9:30pm Emcee opening
9:30pm – 9:40pm Mawlawi
9:40pm – 10pm Storyteller
10pm – 10:30pm Tanoura dancers
10:30pm – 10:45pm Storytellers (games & competitions)
10:45pm – 11:15pm Oud players & Arabic singer
11:15pm – 11:30pm Tanoura dancers
11:30pm – 11:45pm Storyteller (stories & Ramadan Fazoura)
11:45pm – 12:20am Oud player & Arabic singers
12:20am – 12:30am Emcee closing


Event:             Ramadan Night Market

Dates:             Every day from 17 May to 14 June 2018

Time:              From Iftar to Suhoor

Venue:            Souq area, Al Seef

Entry fee:       Free of charge

Registration: Not required

Parking:         Available

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