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  • CGuides: 11 Christmas Parties for All the Groovy Folks Out There

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    Christmas is finally here, and we, your loyal gossipers are ready, and we know exactly what you need to jingle your bells this Christmas. If you’re not ready, you’d better get ready, because here are 11 Christmas parties at Cairo’s hottest spots that guarantee you an unforgettable Christmas!

    For Christmas Eve on Monday, Underground by After 8 is bringing the exotic belly dancer Lena, who will shake it to the tunes of DJ Pedro. And since we started with oriental, we ought to mention Gu Lounge’s epic Christmas Eve celebration with Hamza El Soghier, and the fantastic belly dancer Christina!

    While over at CJC they’ve stacked the decks with two hot spinners for their Dirty Santas night. Get ready for Portuguese DJ & Producer Sara de Araujo, and A-Squared. Over at their west branch, CJC 610 is throwing a Merry Rockin’ Xmas, filled with a collection of bluesy Christmas songs covers featuring The One Four Five!

    On Tuesday, it’s an epic Christmas party at Rawi, who will be bringing a surprise belly dancer! Speaking of amazing belly dancers, Anastasia will be shaking it to Mokk’s violin tunes and the tunes of spinning masters Tommy and Peto at 24K.

    The king himself, Feedo, will be setting Gu Lounge’s decks on fire for a wild Christmas celebration. And an epic Christmas live performance will be held on CJC’s stage with the one and only Cairo Big Band Society. While at their west branch, it’s a Christmas Karaoke night, the CJC 610 way, so warm up with a few cocktails and get your rock star mode on!

    While on the east side, The Cadillacs are taking the stage at The Tap East, along with DJ Armen V, you better put on comfy shoes because we all know you’ll be on your feet all night long! Andiamo Lake House is hosting the icon Amr Diab for a unique Christmas party along with DJ Fiko.
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    By Dina Khafagy

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