25 things to do this week

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Saturday 28

Go to Dune-Over: A music-centric backyard boogie to celebrate the city’s myriad people and cultures, the notorious Do-Over comes to the UAE for the first time ever. Featuring Aloe Blacc supported by world class international DJs King Britt, Rich Medina and Cosmo Baker. Le Royal
Méridien Abu Dhabi. Tickets are Dhs125 and are available from timeouttickets.com

Get art and crafty: Café Arabia’s bi-monthly arts and crafts souq is a great way to discover talented artists from all over the world. Featuring hand-painted silks, jewellery, stained glass art and much more. After shopping, grab a cup of coffee and slice of cake.
10am-4pm, Café Arabia, Al Karama (02 643 9699).

Eat some seafood: Finz didn’t win our Best Seafood restaurant last year for nothing! Sit outside at this wonderful restaurant while you can and enjoy their delicious range of seafood including some seriously good fish and chips.
Finz, Beach Rotana, Tourist Club Area (02 697 9000).

Buy some new make up: If you work in the Tourist Club Area why not pop into the new Sephora kiosk and see all that this great make up brand has to offer.
Sephora, Abu Dhabi Mall (02 645 4858).

By Time Out Abu Dhabi staff
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