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Things to do this March in Abu Dhabi

Here is a look at the top events happening in Abu Dhabi this March

Family and Entertainment

Louvre Abu Dhabi is launching its latest family exhibition, Emotions! The New Art Adventure. Across three floors, children can discover the secret world of emotions in artworks whilst engaging in a wide range of immersive experiences that everyone can get involved in – from acting and singing to playing and drawing.

The Park Market is a family-friendly annual outdoor event which takes place every Friday and Saturday in March, offering an array of stalls selling local produce and food, handicrafts, clothing and unique gifts – and there’s live entertainment too.

The 11th edition of the Middle East Film & Comic Con (MEFCC) offers the chance for all pop culture enthusiasts to meet their favourite personalities from TV and movies. aThere'll be fun-filled activities in food, gaming, cosplay, food and entertainment.

See a sneak peek here

Head to Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi for the first-ever ‘Superman Season’ with lots of Superman-themed activities. You'll meet Superman and Supergirl, plus have the chance to buy unique collectibles.


Sport and Leisure

For sports enthusiasts, the prestigious H.H. President of UAE Polo Cup is taking place throughout March in Abu Dhabi.

Enjoy the sunshine while watching exciting matches and spotting new polo talent from across the Middle East.


Art and Culture

Renowned Emirati artist and sculptor Jalal Luqman will be hosting a series of intimate digital art workshops throughout March at Abu Dhabi’s Cultural Foundation. Held as part of the public programme for the artist’s Life is a Circus exhibition, the masterclasses will include sessions on digital painting, digital collage and photo manipulation, as well as digital animation.

The Memories of the Palace exhibition at the historic Qasr Al Hosn fort, located in the heart of Abu Dhabi, will take you back in time to the reign of Sheikh Shakhbut bin Sultan Al Nahyan (1928 - 1966). Hear the personal memories of members of the community who lived in or around Qasr Al Hosn and see photos of Abu Dhabi's development over the decades.

Abu Dhabi Festival, will begin on March 1st and will feature exclusive artistic commissions and productions, along with local, regional, and global premieres, in addition to a series of world-class events that include musical tours, panel discussions, workshops and more.

Read more here.

The Sheikh Zayed Festival is named after the late founding father Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan in recognition of his role in preserving UAE’s national heritages.

You can enjoy over 4,000 events in addition to 750 major public performances and fireworks displays over its 120 days period.

Bollywood Superstars exhibition at Louvre Abu Dhabi, until 4 June

Bollywood Superstars: A Short Story of Indian Cinema, showcases the glamour and artistry of the country’s famed film industry. Through more than 80 artworks, including photographs, textiles, graphic arts, costumes and over 30 film extracts, Bollywood Superstars explores the rich history of Indian cinema from the19th century up to the present. Read here.

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