Did you miss the winter months to plan your Dubai vacation? Nothing to get disheartened. Let us tell you a secret. Dubai trips are always a fun and rewarding experience irrespective of the time of the year you choose to travel. Every month is a great month to visit Dubai, but here we are with our guide to Dubai in June.
Dubai has leaps and bounds more to offer for everyone throughout the year. In Dubai, each month comes with new surprises to cater to different types of visitors and June is definitely for the sun-worshippers!
Below we list down all the events and experiences that you can expect in June in Dubai.
Is June a Good Time to Visit Dubai?
Dubai is an awesome travel destination that you can literally visit any time of the year. But if you are looking for a budget vacation in this stunning city, then June can be your best bet. From flight tickets to hotels – everything is cheaper in Dubai in the month of June. In fact, during the summers in Dubai, most things are at a reduced price!
You might be thinking of how to deal with the hot and humid weather of Dubai in June. We are glad to let you know that almost all buildings in Dubai are fully air-conditioned and therefore, you can have a fun time without any interference from heat.
June is the peak summer time in Dubai. Therefore, very few people dare to visit the city in the month of June. This is the reason that June gives you the best chance to avoid crowds and explore every bit of the town at your own pace.
June is also the time of the year when attractive discounts in malls, outlets, restaurants and events keep pouring. If retail therapy is something where you seek your solace, you must visit Dubai in June!
What is the Weather Like in Dubai in June?
In short, Dubai in June is hot and somewhat dry. The maximum day temperature can touch 38 degrees Celsius during the daytime 26 degree Celsius at night. Relative Humidity Index ranges from 27% (dry) to 89% (very humid) across the whole month.
The average Sea Temperature in June remains more or less 31 degree Celsius which is ideal to take a swim in the open sea. Rainfall in the month of June is just 10 mm.
Hopefully, you will not have to face a drizzle during your June trip to Dubai. In June, you can enjoy 12 hours of bright sunshine for that tropical feel.
Events in Dubai in June
Although Dubai sees a reduced tourist footfall that doesn’t stop this city entertaining people with everything it has got. Below we check out the events and activities that you can incorporate into your Dubai vacation in June.
When you want to cater your adventurous soul without sweating a drop, come to the Dubai Festival City Mall. The Arch is one of the most anticipated and popular events held in this swanky shopping centre. It is nothing about regular playtime at The Arch. It is, in fact, an adventure hub overloaded with a series of thrilling activities.
All activities at The Arch have been crafted meticulously so that it can offer a wholesome fun time to the whole family. Jam-packed with climbing walls, bag jumping, Zip-lining and more, this is all about an action-packed session right in the month June.
Dubai Festival City Mall, Crescent Road, Dubai Festival City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
From 16.00 PM to 23.30 PM.
Tickets from AED 60 per person
Super Sport Night Run Series
Dubai always hosts something or other to keep athletes and fitness enthusiasts engaged. The month of June follows the same path. The Super Sport Night Run assures stunning sights and a cheering crowd in its June version. This is a scintillating way to stretch your legs after a sedentary day at the office to boost the competitive streak with your friends, family or even colleagues.
This sports event is particularly celebrated for the gorgeous and dazzling architecture in and around Dubai Downtown. You can chase the sparkly night skyline of the city either with a 5 km or a 10 km run. The running track covers spectacular sights including Business Bay, Sheikh Zayed Road and Burj Khalifa.
The Track, Meydan Golf, Al Meydan Road, Nad Al Sheba 1, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
06.30 AM to 22.45 PM
15 June 2021
Tickets start from AED 125 – AED 175
Do You Remember What You Are Burning? Exhibition
If you are interested in the new dimensions of contemporary art, then you can not miss the Do You Remember What You Are Burning? Exhibition. This exhibition allows you to get up-close with the cohesive art pieces crafted by the very famous Hiwa K.
This event is going to be the first solo exhibition by Hiwa K in the Middle East as well as in Asia. At the exhibition, you will have an extraordinary opportunity to behold Hiwa K’s works spanning over a time of more than 10 years.
Jameel Arts Centre, Jaddaf Waterfront, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Thursday & Friday: 12.00 PM – 20.00 PM
Saturday to Monday and Wednesday: 10.00 AM – 6.00 PM
No Entry Fee
Louis Tomlinson World Tour
Dubai keeps bringing the best of talents around the world just to make your days even better. This June, the city is going to present you the British heartthrob and pop star, Louis Tomlinson at the Coca-Cola Arena. This is actually a part of Louis Tomlinson World Tour starting in 2021.
Get ready to catch the live action with this former One Direction star who is scheduled to set the stage on fire on 10 June 2021 in Dubai. The singer has carved a special niche in millions of hearts as a successful songwriter too. Don’t miss this golden chance to meet Louis face to face when you are vacationing in Dubai.
Coca-Cola Arena, City Walk, Al Safa Street, Jumeirah, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Starting from 20.00 PM
10 June 2021
Tickets are priced between AED 295 – AED 395 per person.
Whose Line Is It? By The Noise Next Door
Have a solid dose of cheesy punchlines and endless laughter with the Noise Next Door in the coming June. After gaining huge applause for their performances at Britain’s Got Talent, this team of super talented stand-up comedians is on its way to Dubai to crack hilarious jokes and witty one-liners.
Whose Line Is It? is the one show that promises to unfold an explosive night full of laughter before the audience in Dubai. Quick thinking, unbeatable charm and sharp wit will be served in abundance by The Noise Next Door to create plenty of hilarious moments.
Movenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach, Jumeirah Beach Residence, Dubai, United Arab Emirates and Theatre by Queen Elizabeth 2, Mina Rashid, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Movenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach: From 8.30 PM
Theatre by Queen Elizabeth 2: 3.00 PM and 8.30 PM
Movenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach: 10 June 2021
Theatre by Queen Elizabeth 2: 11 June 2021
Tickets available at AED 160
Ski Dubai is a wonderful leisure resort to attend with the whole family in order to beat the heat in style. A whole new world made of ice chunks and ice flakes is the most prominent factor that makes this place fabulous and attractive to kids and young minds.
Spreading over an area of 22,000 square metres, Ski Dubai is one of the most favourite places to hang around in the Mall of The Emirates. Here you can introduce your kids to a colony of King and Gentoo penguins. The resort features a bunch of rides and fun activities to delight the whole family.
Mall of The Emirates, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Sunday to Wednesday: 10.00 AM to 11.00 PM
Thursday: 10.00 AM to 12.00 AM
Friday: 9.00 AM to 12.00 AM
Saturday: 9.00 AM to 11.00 PM
Ticket cost depends on the package and activity you choose.
For more activities catered around sheltering you from the heat, read our aticle on The Best Things to do in Dubai to Keep you Cool.
Dubai Dolphinarium & Seal Show
The huge amount of indoor things to do in June ensures you’re not sweating too much to enjoy yourself! Furthermore, Dubai Dolphinarium adds to that. This amazing venue is the first fully air-conditioned indoor Dolphinarium in the Middle East and one of the best in the world.
Near Children’s City at Bur Dubai, Riyadh Street, Creek Park Gate 1, Dubai Dolphinarium Building, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Monday to Tuesday: 10.00 Am – 7.30 PM
The ticket price depends on the show and activity you choose. You can check the prices here.
Dubai Garden Glow
It doesn’t matter which month of the year you are planning to visit Dubai; it is mandatory to pay a visit to Dubai Garden Glow. This park is something very unique and therefore your chance to be amazed at every turn is rest assured.
Millions of lights have been put into use at the Garden Glow to please your eyes and hypnotize your senses. Apart from its creative and captivating installations, this venue hosts live music shows and several other world-class performances to promote the huge talent pool from the Middle East.
Dubai Garden Glow is a great place to visit if you’ve been stuck inside experiencing air-conditioned entertainment. The temperatures will still be warm, but at least you can have some fresh air at night in Dubai.
Zabeel Park, Gate No.6 & 7, Area B, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Sunday to Thursday: 5.00 PM – 10.30 PM
Fridays & Public Holidays: 5.00 PM – 11.00 PM
Tickets are priced at AED 65 per visitor for Glow Park + Dinosaur Park.
Dubai is probably that one city where you can catch the glimpse of a supercar on the road every now and then..
Not technically Dubai, but nevertheless, Abu Dhabi also offers many fantastic things to do indoors. Head an hour south into Yas Island and make sure you visit Ferrari World!
This unbeatable amusement park is all set to take you on a thrilling ride full of excitement and fun. Ferrari World is ideal for all age groups who are seeking to add a twist to their day out on hot summer days in Dubai.
Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
Everyday from 11.00 AM to 8.00 PM
Single Day Ticket: AED 230
Annual Pass: AED 695
Silver Yas Parks Annual Pass: AED 895
Gold Yas Parks Annual Pass: AED 995
Diamond Yas Parks Annual Pass: AED 2895
Average Costs of Visiting Dubai in June
The average hotel cost in Dubai for the month of June in 2020 was 839AED / £179 / $224. However, 4 star hotels can be found for as cheap as 250AED / £50 / $65 per night.
Direct flights from the UK to Dubai average around £310 per person.