Dubai to welcome Diwali Dhamaka festival with diverse activities; Know more

The UAE's famous builders, UAE Truckers, famously known for their food truck chains all across UAE, are set to bring back the biggest festival of the year, Diwali Dhamaka, in Dubai.

The UAE’s famous builders, UAE Truckers, famously known for their food truck chains all across UAE, are set to bring back the biggest festival of the year, Diwali Dhamaka, in Dubai.

This year the event contains several entertaining activities for the whole family. The Diwali Dhamaka festival will take place at Souq al Marfa, Dubai Islands, on October 22 and 23 from 4 pm until 12 am.


More than 15,000 tourists are anticipated to gather in this massive event during the Hindu festival, Diwali.

This year the event is organised outdoors; the event will be a good choice for those looking for a one-stop destination. Visitors can also enjoy, shop, celebrate, dance and enjoy lip-smacking Indian food.

The two-day massive Diwali Dhamaka event will include artists’ folk and cultural dance performances. Other entertainments include folk dances, live music/artist performances, and a kids’ play area.

India’s famous folk singers Nooran sisters, Kutle Khan, DJ Frenzy and Pure Bhangra groups are also invited on a star-studded evening.

The visitors can also enjoy several food items from 20 food trucks at this event. The event’s visitors can buy festive clothes, jewellery and other cultural objects from vendors from various countries.

 It will have a vast Diwali Bazaar featuring over 50 vendors/ exhibitors from India, Pakistan, and UAE – curated to confirm that it has everything shoppers are looking for.


The Diwali Dhamaka festival in Dubai will include various activities:-

  • Live music performance by the Nooran sisters
  • Mouth-watering food trucks with Indian flavours
  • Diwali Bazar with Indian and Pakistani vendors
  • Diwali cultural activities
  • Kids playing area
  • Live DJ by DJ Frenzy

The event will welcome people across the globe to enjoy and embrace the diversity of Indian culture.



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