Make plans to attend iTrainSaturday. The free weekly sports initiative organised by insurance company Daman and Gulf Multi Sport kicks off this weekend, and encourages the community to keep fit by participating in fitness activities together, including 1K, 2.5K and 5K races. Win prizes just by predicting how long it will take you to complete the course – walking, jogging or running. Have your BMI measured and monitor your blood-glucose status. Saturday, 8.30am, free, Yas Gateway Park North, Abu Dhabi. register at www.premieronline.com.
Get tickets to see Charles Aznavour. The French-Armenian singer, known as "France's Frank Sinatra", will perform as part of Dubai Classics. Hits include She, Dance in the Old Fashioned Way and Que C'est Triste Venise. Tomorrow, from 7pm, from Dh295, Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, 04 457 3212, www.platinumlist.net.
See Abba Revival the Tribute as part of Wafi's In the Park events. The award-winning act from the UK present a live tribute to the Swedish band. Hit songs include Mamma Mia, Waterloo and Dancing Queen. At 8pm, from Dh225 per person includes a picnic basket per couple, Pyramids Rooftop Gardens, Wafi, Dubai, 04 324 4100, www.pyramidsrestaurantsatwafi.com.
Plan to attend The Little Birdie Car Boot Souk, where you will find treasures from someone else's clutter, plus great deals on pre-loved and gently used household goods and other items such as books and toys. Tomorrow, noon to 5pm, free entry, Zayed Sports City, Abu Dhabi, search The Little Birdie Pop Up Market on www.facebook.com.
Attend the Rooftop Stand-up Comedy Night and enjoy jokes from headliner Maher Jokah Barwany, as well as favourite comedians based in the UAE from Yalla Laughs, including Amit Asundani, Manju Naidu, Jon Boulton and Erik Thornquist. At 8pm, free entry, Up & Below, Courtyard by Marriott, World Trade Center, Abu Dhabi, www.yallalaughs.com.