Dub Fest International Street Theatre and Comedy Fair featured 30 acts from over 12 countries, hosted by Al Ghurair Centre.
Selected area in the mall featured a floating genie, balloon mosque and we even had a quick stroll with a mime artist.
We arrived past 7 pm and was only able to see four acts- Orgamen of Spain, Jhonny of Spain, LoL Brother of Canada, and Otto II Bassotto of Italy.
Feast your eyes to Art exhibits outside the mall, like this colorful bikes on the wall.
Al Ghurair Centre has definitely up the notch in providing free mall entertainment.
Post linked to What’s the Story? and Magic Moments.
What a fab day, and I love those bicycles! #magicmoments
You bet! We are always in the look out for free activities we all can enjoy.
It was and free too.
Al Ghurair Centre is our new favourite, and close by too! We saw some of the DubFest, but the little guy wasn’t in the mood that day. #WhatsTheStory
Yes, with all the activities they have it is becoming our favorite as well. I saw the linkys on your last post and decided to join as well, great way to discover new blogs.
Oh wow this looks amazing. I’d love to go to Dubai one day. Seems to be so much on. The DubFest looks brilliant – that first photo especially is ace! Thank you for sharing with #whatsthestory
Let me know when you do. Dubai has a lot of things going on right now especially after winning Expo 2020 bid.
oh my this looks AMAZING!! i would love to see this.
thanks for linking up with #MagicMoments x
Hi Jaime, children and adults enjoyed all the shows.
Wow, what a fab festival, it looks great fun 🙂 Love the last photo of the bikes 🙂
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