PICK OF THE DAY
Hip-Hop On Air with Fetty Wap
The chart-topping rap star who rose to stardom with hits Trap Queen and 976, showcases his take on the trap and rap genre. At VIP Room, JW Marriott Marquis Hotel. Doors open at 11pm. Call 052-8818888.
THINGS TO DO IN ABU DHABI
Family Fun Nights
Parents can spend the evening with their kids at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, while experiencing many family rides, in addition to entertainment shows and activities for the little ones. From 6-11pm on Thursday and Friday, until May 19. Dh65. ferrariworldabudhabi.com
The Turkish DJ hits the decks at Iris Yas Island, playing a variety of deep house, Indie dance and nu disco, from 9pm. Call 055-1605636.
Let Your Light Shine Bright Workshops
Arabic lamp workshops for adults and children which will then be displayed throughout The Mall at World Trade Centre Abu Dhabi, during ramadan, 4-8pm, until Saturday and again from May 18-20. Call 055-4966366.
THINGS TO DO IN DUBAI
Stay True Weekender
A celebration of dance music, sunshine and sunsets on the sand with a three-day weekend full of international headlining acts. Today, Felix Da House Cat (above) takes to the stage from midnight, Lovra will be on from 6pm. Tomorrow, Harry Romero and Todd Terry perform while Robbie Rivera headlines on Saturday. Free entry. barastibeach.com
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
The improvisational comedy show that creates characters, scenes and songs on the spot, will feature Stephen, Andy, Steve and Ian, at Madinat Theatre. Shows at 8pm, today and tomorrow. Tickets from Dh175. madinattheatre.com
Chilled vibes with Djembe artist Samuel. Experience culture, art and fashion the Ethiopian way, at Gursha, Club Vista Mare, Palm Jumeirah, 6pm.
Decibel with Alex Bau
The German DJ will be spinning on the decks at ON42, Media One Hotel, 10pm. Call 04-4271000.
UAE Wild Trails
A group exhibition opening that highlights the beauty of wild life abundant in the UAE, at the Cartoon Art Gallery, Al Qouz. Open from 12-8pm, until May 17. pawstrails.com
The South Africa’s dance music duo perform at Bridgewater Tavern, JW Marriott Marquis Hotel. Doors open at 9pm. Dh100 at the door, cash only. facebook.com/RedBullMusicAcademy
The Laughter Factory
This month Addy Van Der Borgh, Dominic Holland and kai Humphries are on hand to tickle your funny bone, at Movenpick, JBR, today and tomorrow, 9pm. Tickets Dh140. thelaughterfactory.com
The Lebanese make-up artist launches his new make-up range Kajal Kingdom and Velours Liquid matte lipstick, at Debenhams, The Dubai Mall, 5pm.
Dubai-based Italian Soprano Monica De Rosa Mckay and the all-female Dubai string Quartet come together as they perform to an enchanting compilation of the Italian masterpieces, in honour of the Italian National Day 2017, at Ductac, Mall of the Emirates, 8pm. Tickets from Dh150. ductac.etixdubai.com
Glitterati Boutique Show
The ramadan and Eid edition of the fashion and lifestyle exhibition will be catering to the upcoming festive and summer wedding season, at The Sheraton Grand Hotel Dubai, 11am-8pm. Free entry. Call 055-4966366.
Dubai Garden Glow, Zabeel Park is hosting a classical dance form by students from Gurukul. Performances from 6.30pm, until Saturday. The park is open from 6pm to midnight everyday. Entry is Dh60, children below three enter free. dubaigardenglow.com
Gujrati Hasya Kavi Sammelan
Celebrate Gujarat Day at Shaikh Rashid Auditorium, Indian High School, 7.30pm. Free entry, for invitation call 04-2691512.
Pink All Night
Ladies nights with three free beverages and snacks between 6.30-11pm. At Nikki Beach Dubai. Call 04-3766162.
Register for Stair Climbing
Train for mountain challenges, by climbing over 60 floors to the top of Almas Towers, JLT, on Friday at 8am. Register by midday today to participate.
European underground club music with Zaltan, at Las Vegas Club, Chelsey Plaza Hotel, 9pm. Call 04-3983687.