Dubai Festival: A Tasty Food and Dog Show Extravaganza at The Square in Dubai Sports City

A Tasty Food and Dog Show

Dubai is a city that never sleeps, and with the first-ever dog-friendly food feastival, there’s even more reason to stay up late. From 18th to 19th March, foodies, dog lovers, and families can gather at ISD The Square in Dubai Sports City to enjoy tasty menus, live music, and dog show classes. Here’s everything you need to know about Dubai Feastival:

Dubai Feastival is a two-day event that promises a gastronomical feast for food lovers and their furry friends. It’s an opportunity to indulge in delicious food, watch your dog compete in fun activities, and enjoy live music and entertainment.

Dubai Feastival will take place on Saturday, 18th March, and Sunday, 19th March. The event will run from 1 pm to 11 pm on both days, giving attendees plenty of time to enjoy all the activities.

Children under 12 and dogs have free entry to the feastival. However, only dogs are allowed, and no other pets are permitted. This is a dog-friendly event, and all well-behaved dogs are welcome.

Dubai Feastival promises delicious tasting menus from some of Dubai’s favorite restaurants, including Vietnamese Foodies, Hella, Sanderson’s, Carnistore, Pinza, and more. Foodies can indulge in a variety of cuisines, from Vietnamese to Italian, and everything in between. Attendees can also enjoy a range of beverages, including beer, wine, and soft drinks.

Live bands and DJs will create a feastival vibe, getting everyone in the party mood. TV’s ‘The Voice’ finalist Andrea Flórez Rada will be singing funk and R&B classics, while Danny Aridi will deliver acoustic sounds. There will be music and entertainment throughout the weekend.

If you’re in the mood for some shopping, head over to the mini-market, which supports local small businesses selling pet-related products, home décor, and fashion.

Dubai Feastival is a dog-friendly event, and your furry friend can join in free dog training workshops with award-winning trainer Olivier Zoppi. Dogs can also compete in dog show classes such as ‘Best Rescue Dog,’ ‘Handsomest Hound,’ and ‘Quickest Sit!’ with rosettes and amazing prizes up for grabs. Entry is AED20 per class, and all proceeds go directly to support RAK Animal Welfare Centre.

If your dog is up for a challenge, sign up for the agility course. Anyone can enter, and all dogs who finish within the set time limit will win a rosette. To register your dog for the workshops and classes, please visit www.dubaifeastival.com.

Dubai Feastival has something for everyone, including the little ones. The Kids’ Zone is complete with a bouncy castle, face painting, slime-making, and sweet treats, including ice

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