With another enjoyable, but equally exhausting, Sahel Season behind us, we’ve found ourselves looking around, shrugging and thinking, “now what?” The North Coast’s super-clubs might have gone back into hibernation, but that needn’t mean the end of music-based, beachside tomfoolery for the year – especially in Sinai, where the Yellow Music Festival is set to set-up shop on Friday 18th of September.
Taking place at Al Sayadeen Village in Nuweiba‘s Red Sea Riviera, the four-day festival is shaping up to be one of the more eclectic and varied events of its kind, with the music set to come from the worlds of rock, funk, jazz, indie and EDM among others. Some of the more known names set to appear include High on Body Fat, Raindogs and Kayan, with a whole host of acts yet to be announced. In addition, the festival will host several workshops – almost certainly musical – so there’s no lack of things to sink your teeth into.
Yellow Beach Music Festival is the latest in a line of festivals that have taken live music out of the confines of bars, clubs and cultural centers, with the likes of Cloud 9 and Theater of Dreams having impressed in the last year or so. But unlike these festivals, everything about Yellow – organised by events management company, the OC - suggests it to be a much more open and inclusive, thanks to the variety of music on offer.
For more information on the festival and ticket details, click here.