Abu Dhabi art hub Warehouse 421 to reopen in September

There's a new shop, café and library space

Abu Dhabi art hub Warehouse 421 to reopen in September

Many of Abu Dhabi’s attractions, restaurants and hotels had to temporarily close their doors earlier this year but thankfully things are starting to get back to normal.

Measures were taken from springtime to curve the spread of COVID-19 and UAE residents stayed home and self-isolated to do their part.

Now the city is back in business and there’s loads to do, see and experience once again.

On September 1, artistic hub Warehouse 421 will welcome visitors again.

The space has undergone construction and renovation works over the past few months and will continue to host exhibitions, events and foster local creative talent once the doors reopen.

A new shop, café and library nook will also be unveiled when the space pens early next month.

“We are excited to be welcoming our beloved community back to Warehouse421 soon,” said Faisal Al Hassan, head of Warehouse421.

“We are working hard to set up an environment where physical distancing plays a major role in how we gather together to enjoy the upcoming program.

“The new spaces within the center will facilitate an environment of creative production and inspiration.”

For more information visit www.warehouse421.ae.

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