Here is the list of events happenig in the month of December 2014. Click on the title to read more information about the event inlcuding location, date and time.
A distance of 575kms will be completed by the end of the race, which will hold its finale at the Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai.
The show brings alive to the stage, the enchanting tale from Lewis Caroll about Alice and her crazy adventure.
There are six different categories being planned for the new season with Marmoum introductory races, followed by Olders Distinction and Habilitation, the Young Distinction and Habitation and the Hagaga Habilitation.
Held under the patronage of HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the Chairman of Dubai Airports, organized by Pro9 together with Jumaira Land, the Dubai Airports Dates Festival will feature the many uses of the versatile date fruit.
Real Madrid and AC Milan are popular football teams that go against each other in an epic year-ending match in Dubai at the Sevens Stadium this year. Real Madrid and AC Milan are known for their victory and world-class football skills. The intense match is likely to have a fantastic ending in Dubai this year.
The event is one of the regionís leading show-case of jewellery, gold and precious metals, diamonds and coloured stones. It is the gateway to most precious and valuable collections in the jewellery industry, and is the largest and most influential jewellery event in the Middle East.
Among the categories included in the competition are accuracy landing, formation skydiving, canopy formation, canopy piloting and artistic events. All the categories are open to both men and women visitors.
The Rugby is one of the most awaited sporting events in town, which is back for the 45th year. The Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens is an exciting three-day event which involves fans from all around the world descending into Dubaiís Sevens Stadium to cheer on their favourite team.
The Gulf Traffic is the quintessential event for those associated to the Middle East traffic and transportation systems, bringing together some of the lead suppliers from across the globe offering them the opportunity to meet targeted audiences seeking to witness latest trends and technologies.
The Indian Property Show is one of the largest internationally acclaimed exhibitions in Dubai, and will be held from 11th to 13th December 2014 at Dubai World Trade Centre. This could be the right venue to meet NRIs and build brand venue.
This is the 29th edition of International Autumn Trade Fair (IATF) due to be held from 1st to 3rd December at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre under the theme 'Smart Living 2014'.
The International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) is an inaugural tournament hosted in Manila, Delhi, and Singapore. The IPTL will hold the first of its kind grand finale in Dubai this year.
The festivities of New Year Dubai 2015, is an event that is sure not to be missed, as there's something for everyone in the city-wide celebrations of fireworks and music that will catch-up across the entire city.
The season-ending LET event made its debut in 2006 and so far boasts of a prize fund of euro 500,000 with winner being given euro 75,000. Last year, Thailandís Pornanong Phatlum won the title on 15-under 273.
The Emirates NBD Classics is back for the third season with legendary Shubha Mugdal, who would bring in the finest in classical music to Dubai. This is the third season of the show, and aims to exceed previous years.
The first and second T20s and the 1st One Day International (ODI) Cricket Series between Pakistan and New Zealand will be held in Dubai, UAE on 4th, 5th and 8th December 2014.
The Spinneys Dubai 92 Cycle Challenge is a challenge for beginners and experts alike, spanning 92km of the Dubai roads, including most famous landmarks of Dubai like Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, and Dubai Mall. The event has fast grown to be the most anticipated cycling event of the year.
The UAE was formed on 2nd December 1971, which marks the formal nationalization of the nation from the British Protectorate Treaties, eventually unifying the seven emirates to form the modern-day UAE.