Like last year’s Ramadan revamp, this year, Cairo Jazz Club‘s return from its month-long sabbatical will see the enduring bar present a new look to the city’s clubbing collective.
Though the renovation might seem a minor one, it’s probably more significant to the ‘CJC experience’. You might notice new mirrors hanging on the wall and the bar’s trademark motifs worked into the tables, but the biggest change is that the main bar has been pulled back several feet all the way round, making way for more floor-space.
The view from the entrance
The new rebuild also means that there’s much more space around and in front of the performance area, as well as the stretch between that area and the bathrooms – the latter of which will come as welcome news to many.
The view from the bathroom area
There’s another change might well go unnoticed by the majority of partygoers, though; CJC now boasts a new state-of-the-art L Acoustics sound system, the instillation of which will be finalised by two technicians from the company’s headquarters in France
Widely considered a leader in its field, L Acoustics list of clients is an impressive one, having provided sound solutions for some of the biggest bands in the world on tour and some of the largest sports arenas and theatres on the planet, as well as for events such as the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Detailing on Cairo Jazz Club’s bar-top and tables
Cairo Jazz Club is set to reopen its doors on the first day of Eid (Wednesday 6th of July), with DJ Feedo set to take to the decks, before DJ Miesh takes the reins on the second and third days, playing house on the former and hip-hop on the latter.
The view from the performance area
The special ‘Stranded in Cairo’ line-up will set-up a busy first full week back for CJC, with some of the other acts confirmed to be perfroming inlcuding local bands Radio Acid and Telepoetic, as well as increasingly popular local DJ, Moste, and CJC favourites, Michelle Rounds.
Check out the Cairo Jazz Club Facebook for more info.
By Kalam El Qahaira