A hub of activity, Bahrain offers a variety of experiences for all, from sporting events to cultural and artistic options. We’ve checked out what’s coming up over the next few months, make sure you don’t miss out.

Bahrain International Circuit
When: January 12 to 13
Watch international and regional darts masters aim for victory during a two-day competition. Bahrain Darts Master is part of a global series and the opening round will be hosted in the Kingdom. Bringing this popular sporting event to our shores for the first time is Bahrain International Circuit, together with sports promoter CBX which has teamed up with the Professional Darts Corporation. While the event will be broadcast live, fans can witness in person an atmosphere unlike any other, with top players: reigning World Champion Peter Wright and world number one Gerwyn Price, as well as eight regional players including those from Bahrain. You can purchase tickets and get more information on

Al Dana Amphitheatre
When: January 20
Considered by many as the number one singer in the Arab world, Nawal El Kuwaitia is visiting the island this month. Regarded as one of the first Arab artists to have significantly contributed to the growth of Khaleeji music, Nawal is also known as Qaitharat Al Khaleej, which translates to harp of the Gulf. Since her first performance at the age of 17, Nawal has released multiple albums and received numerous titles such as Best Gulf Singer and First Gulf Star. You can purchase tickets for the concert at

Al Dana Amphitheatre
When: January 24
Popular American pop-rock band Imagine Dragons will entertain fans as part of their Mercury World Tour. While most of us know who they are, even those who’ve been living under a rock will surely have heard Radioactive, their charttopping single from their award-winning debut studio album Night Visions. The band have won several awards, including a Grammy and has sold more than 75 million records worldwide, making them a multi-platinum act. You can buy tickets at

Bahrain International Circuit
When: January 28
Get your adrenaline fix with Bahrain ProAm 1000, a new concept in international GT endurance racing, specifically designed for gentleman and amateur drivers. A gentleman driver is a non-professional driver who pays for his or her seat. They can participate either in all-amateur lineups or alongside a professional driver as part of a ProAm crew. Bahrain ProAm is dedicated to drivers with FIA Bronze and Silver ratings. Teams can register or look up more information on or if you simply want to enjoy the thrill of watching the race, you can catch a live telecast on BIC’s YouTube channel @BahIntCircuit

Al Dana Amphitheatre
When: February 2
Have a magical experience under the stars, with Greta van Fleet. The American rock band are known for their chartbusting singles. Their second EP From The Fires went on to win the 2019 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album; they were also nominated in three other categories that year. The fourmember band’s musical style has been categorised as hard rock, blues rock and progressive rock. You can buy tickets at

Al Dana Amphitheatre
When: February 16
As part of the Spring of Culture, André Rieu and the Johann Strauss Orchestra will be coming to Al Dana Amphitheatre. André is a world-renowned violinist and conductor, best known for creating the waltz-playing Johann Strauss Orchestra, which was founded in 1987. André has sold over 40 million CDs and DVDs worldwide and has been awarded more than 500 Platinum and 270 Gold awards. You can buy tickets at

Where: Al Dana Amphitheatre
When: February 23
American rapper Jack Harlow will entertain audiences with his popular tunes. The recipient of several accolades, including a Grammy Award nomination for his hit single Whats Poppin, he’s the winner of many awards. Harlow’s music has been broadly categorised as hip-hop and he is known for the pertinent and introspective themes that he explores in his songs. You can buy tickets at

Where: Al Dana Amphitheatre
When: February 24
Get ready for a light-hearted evening of laughter with Kevin Hart. Known for his self-deprecating comedy, often personalised and drawn on his own life experiences. It’s surprising that Hart is a name synonymous to comedy, considering his career, which began with stand-up, didn’t take off as expected. Today, however, he is a highly sought-after, award-winning international artist. Hart has also released several well-received comedy albums and starred in Hollywood films. You can buy tickets for the event at

Where: Exhibition World Bahrain
When: March 1 to 4
One of the region’s leading agricultural shows, Bahrain International Garden Show (BIGS) will be inaugurated on March 1 but the show will be open to visitors from March 2 to 4, from 10am to 9pm. Head to this exhibition to learn and understand the various developments in agriculture, gardening, food security, sustainability and other related topics. Walk around and see the many beautiful exhibits. This year’s theme is Water: Regenerating Life. BIGS 2023 will highlight issues such as water management, food and energy, water and climate change, and water quality and wastewater. You can learn more about the event on

Where: Bahrain International Circuit
When: March 3 to 5
Dubbed The Home of Motorsport in the Middle East, Bahrain is set to host the much-awaited Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix. This year is expected to be bigger and better than ever before, offering fans a unique combination of the very best of racing and spectacular action off the track. For the fifth time, the Kingdom has the honour of opening the season, offering you the chance to be the first to see the new cars, new lineup of drivers and all the uncertainty and anticipation that the first race of a new season brings. With less than 60 days left, don’t miss the early bird discount, which covers tickets to grandstands. You can purchase tickets and get more information on

Where: Jiddhafs Market
When: March 10 to April 29 Head to Jiddhafs market for a glittering experience with the second edition of the Diera Gold Festival. A total of 37 gold shops will participate, and visitors stand the chance to win prizes valued at BD15,000 and more! Having a global reputation, Bahraini gold is revered by locals, expats and tourists alike – don’t miss this golden opportunity! ✤