What to do this weekend in Qatar (March 3-5, 2022)


Better days are coming, it’s called “Weekend”

Enjoy another weekend with your friends and family at the Qatar MotoGP or at the drive-in cinema in Lusail. We have listed some events and activities happening in the city for you to choose from.

Also remember to follow the Covid-19 precautionary measures set out by the MoPH.

Drive-In Cinema – Wild at Heart Series
If you have a natural affinity for all things wild, then celebrate ‘World Wildlife Day’ with this weekend’s lineup featuring friends from across the animal kingdom.

Life Of Pi: 7:00 p.m. Thursday, March 3
Zootopia (Zootropolis): 7 p.m. on Friday, March 4
Free Willy: 7:00 p.m. Saturday, March 5
Or: Drive-in cinema Lusail
For tickets and more information, click here

Qatar Grand Prix (MOTO GP) 2022
One of the most spectacular events on the MotoGP™️ calendar will take place at the Lusail International Circuit, located approximately 30km from Doha, the exciting and rapidly evolving capital of Qatar.
When: March 4, 5 and 6, 2022
Or: Lusail International Circuit
For more information and tickets, click here

MotoGP 2022 concert with Bader Al-Shuaibi
Spend a memorable Sunday with your friends and family at the concert featuring the talented Bader Al-Shuaibi.
When: March 6, 2022
Or: Lusail International Circuit
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“Seeroo Fi-Al Ardh”
“Seeroo Fi-Al Ardh” is a permanent 20-minute art show of the late international artist Maqbool Fida Hussein’s latest creation that tells the story of human development that began with him walking the earth upright to discover the marvelous creation of God, then his exploitation of nature, then of machines, to inhabit the earth over the centuries.

Free admission and children under 12 are not permitted entry, per MoPH restrictions. Registration is required via the Education City app
When: Ongoing until January 2023
Or: city ​​of education
For more info and registration, click here

César Franck: 200th anniversary
The Philharmonie will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Franco-Belgian composer César Franck. This concert includes Symphony No. 1 in C major by Bizet, which he wrote when he was 17, which he hid in a drawer and which no one has spoken of. (still a mystery).
Only fully vaccinated participants will be admitted
When: March 5; 7 p.m.
Or: Qatar National Convention Center, Auditorium 3
For more information and tickets, click here

Jeff Koons: Lost in America
Jeff Koons’ first exhibition in the Gulf region offers a unique insight into his outstanding career as one of the best-known contemporary artists, whose work bridges pop, minimalism and readymades.

When: Ongoing until March 31, 2022
Or: Al Riwaq Gallery, MIA

For tickets and more information, click here

Christian Dior: creator of dreams
Fashion exhibition which will present a selection of previously unseen pieces, including sets from the private collection of Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser.

When: November 6, 2021 – March 31, 2022
Or: M7 in Msheireb town center
For tickets and info, click here

Abloh: “Figures of speech”
Featuring over 55 works, the event is the first museum exhibition in the Middle East, offering an in-depth look at Abloh’s pioneering media practice that ranges from visual arts to music, fashion, architecture and design. .

When: November 5, 2021 – March 31, 2022
Or: Fire station
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Kader Attia: On Silence
A major solo exhibition devoted to the artist’s work over the past two decades. The exhibition will feature a wide range of works in all mediums and will include site-specific installations, sculptures, collages, drawings, videos and photographs.

When: November 8 – March 30, 2022
Or: Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art
For tickets and info, click here


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