Please note that this is an overdue event

Winter Fest @ Reform Social & Grill

Winter Fest @ Reform Social & Grill


We are announcing our very first Winter Fest! With the weather being on-point and event season underway, join us for this 3-day, lakeside festival to kick off the open-air family fest season at Reform Social and Grill.

 

Taking centre stage on Thursday and Friday, The Supernova’s will blast out 80’s and 90’s classics during a six-hour programme of live music, along with four other solo artists who will perform throughout the day. As the sun sets, families can pull up a beanbag and gather around the firepits – all in line with social distancing rules and regulations.

While the final day of the festival will be a fun-filled family day packed with kids’ entertainment including a photobooth, bubble artist and performances from Magic Phil, little ones can safely explore and enjoy the nearly-winter air. There will also be a special appearance from Disney’s favourite princess, Elsa, throughout the weekend.

Tickets are on sale now at are priced at AED 50 for entry, which is redeemable against a beverage of choice. Due to government guidelines, it is recommended entry tickets are purchased in advance, however walk-ins will be accommodated if there is space available.

Where: Reform Social & Grill, The Lakes Dubai

When: Thursday 5th to Saturday 7th November

Time: 4 pm to 12 am Thursday and 11 am to 12 am Friday & Saturday

Price: AED 50 entry with one free drink and AED 250 for six drinks or AED 460 for 12 drinks thereafter

Reservations: +971 (0)4 454 2638 or WhatsApp +971 (0) 58 647 8692

 

Image Credit: Reform Social & Grill Dubai


Age

0+


Price

entry: 50 AED


Telephone number

+971 4 454 2638


Links


Address

Dubai
Reform Social & Grill Dubai, The Lakes, Emirates Hills

How to get there?

Reform is in The Lakes – a gated villa community located between The Montgomerie and Emirates golf clubs. From Sheikh Zayed Road take the Emirates Hills exit and go left under the flyover and then left at the first set of traffic lights into The Lakes.