New additions to this year’s line-up include foodie events Summer Restaurant Week, the Big Eid Eat and Dine & Win.
Jamil Khan, Senior Reporter
The 24th edition of the Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) starting in July is packed with red-hot retail offers, exciting events and fun for the whole family.
This year’s DSS is an action-packed extravaganza of shopping and so much more that will thrill residents and visitors every day for 10 weeks of summer fun.
Organised by Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), the 2021 edition of DSS will allow visitors to discover Dubai’s world-famous shopping, hotel, dining and entertainment options at incredible summer rates offering unbeatable value.
The city will be illuminated with colourful decorations and lighting to help residents and visitors get into the spirit of DSS and spread an atmosphere of fun and happiness around Dubai.
This year’s DSS will get underway with spectacular opening day fireworks, projections and fountain shows at Burj Khalifa, The Palm Fountain at The Pointe and the Imagine show at Dubai Festival City Mall on July 1. Fans will relish the return of exciting promotions such as DSS Share Millionaire, Daily Surprises and many more.
New additions to this year’s line-up include foodie events Summer Restaurant Week, the Big Eid Eat and Dine & Win, while families will enjoy the Movie Magic and the Summer Art Project.
As usual, DSS will give residents and visitors plenty of chances to win amazing prizes with raffles and gifts up for grabs as well as super offers in time for Eid Al Adha and the annual Back to School season.
This year will also see the return of much loved entertainers who will delight shoppers with special shows at the city’s malls and landmarks, while some of Dubai’s best hotels, attractions plus fitness and outdoor adventure destinations will also offer great deals throughout DSS.
Ahmed Al Khaja, CEO of Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), said “Dubai Summer Surprises is one of the most eagerly-awaited occasions on the annual retail calendar. There is always great excitement felt right across the city as residents and visitors gear up for this major celebration of shopping and fun. With 10 weeks of unmissable attractions, promotions, raffles, family events and much more, this edition of DSS is shaping up to be one of the best yet.”
“DSS establishes Dubai as the family summer destination of choice and highlights the summer period as a launchpad to accelerate momentum surrounding the city’s tourism sector.”
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