With Christmas out of the way, the attention of Cairo’s bars and clubs are very much set on New Year’s Eve. With pretty much every single nightlife venue vying for your attendance, it’s not going to be easy choosing where to see in the new year. Just make sure you have someone to kiss at midnight.
It’s been a huge year for Alchemy and the Dokki nightspot is signing off in style, with the party set to continue at…
Out of the golden age and right in to a new dawn you go, with Cairo Jazz Club picking up where Alchemy leaves off, as DJs Omar Sherif and Karim Zalat provide the music. Your reservation at Alchemy automatically puts you on the CJC guest list.
Having reopened recently, Amici Zamalek is making up for lost time, as DJ Simone and DJ Fabric help you see in the new year with plenty of regrets.
Oh, this is awkward. Umm, more Drunken Resolutions at Amici Heliopolis, as a nameless and possibly invisible resident DJ does stuff behind the decks.
I have a resolution for Opium: decide what your name is, yeah? I lose sleep over the fact that I don’t know whether to call you Opium or Otium. It’s madness.
It’s been a huge few months for VENT, and the bar-come-art-space will be moving into 2014 with plenty of momentum and plenty more trippy posters.
Cairo Expats never miss an opportunity to grab a boat and a whole load of booze. Seriously, they love it.
Giza’s Nile Pharaoh will be overrun with flappers, gangsters and other classic prohibition era figures because no one has ever thought of that before. Lavish fur coats and cigarette holders are recommended. Not real fur though, obviously.
This particular NYE party comes with a sense of sadness, as it might well be the last big event held at Tamarai. But in true Tamarai style, Ayman Baky and co are going all out, with a whole host of acts paying tribute to the bar’s most popular nights.
Fairmont Nile City or Fairmon LA? You won’t be able to tell when O Bar lays out the red carpet for NYE, with UK house producers, Full Intention, providing some Oscar-winning music.
The UK comes to Cairo and brings Joelle Atkins and James Miller along for the ride, as Hedkandi takes over the most unlikely of makeshift clubs, the Fairmont Heliopolis and Towers.
Cairo not doing it for you? How about some THINGS TO DO IN….GOUNA.
House and Nu-Disco fans across the country are walking around with raging boners as they await Bring Back the Night, with the demigod of DJs, Sharam Jey, headline a huge night that also includes Ashibah and Misty.
Another huge Gouna line-up sees Amr Hosny joined by Spanish singer, Nalaya, British house singer, Peyton, and German DJ duo, Mat.Joe, as well as the weird and wonderful Circ Nero.