Things to do in Kuwait this Long Weekend

Post by Mark

If you’re in Kuwait this weekend there are surprisingly a lot of things going on. If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, Jaqen H’ghar is in Kuwait this weekend for the Comic Festival. There are also two movies showing at Al Shaheed this weekend, a photographers bazaar and a Vietnamese food pop-up. Check out all the events taking place this long weekend below:

Exhibition: Byproducts of Development
Performance: Rise Up
Good Game: Dungeons & Dragons Encounters
The Legit Open Mic

Exhibition: Byproducts of Development
Performance: Rise Up
Comic Festival Convention
Movies at the Park: The Sound of Music

Hatha Yoga in the Park
Good Game: Magic – The Gathering
Salwa’ Walk and Socialize Meetup
Comic Festival Convention
Red Bull BC One Kuwait Cypher 2017
Voices and Verses – The Season Finale

Yoga with the 3
Performance: Rise Up
Comic Festival Convention
The Tailor’s Club
OYSHO Outdoor Yoga Event
Viet Nom + Barba
Photographer’s Bazaar 2
Movies at the Park: The Pursuit of Happyness
Peak Vertical Marathon

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7 comments, add your own...

  1. Raz says:

    There is a ju jitsu seminar on the 29th (Saturday)
    Saw their flyer in Kuwait Times, not much info on it though
    Here is their instagram post of the same:

  2. Rawa says:

    There is an Open Mic tonight at Applebee’s Al-Bida put on by Kuwait Poets Society. Registration to perform starts at 6, performances start at 7. Poster & info:

  3. There is a Endurance Race at Al Hamra Towers on 29th April. (morning)
    – 5 floors
    – 30 floors tag team (total 60 floors)
    – 60 Floors
    You can still register until 27th April night till 9 pm

  4. Amruth says:

    Bahubali 2 movie on friday

  5. Mark,
    30 April to 3 May
    Boulevard Q8 (Salmiya)
    Vintage Cars on display
    10 am onwards.

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