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  • Weekend CGuide: 26 Equally Groovy Parties

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    The weekend is finally here! This means it’s time to check out the hottest parties happening around our great capital. Let’s close the book on one hell of a week, and say hello to the weekend, because it’s time to party!

    Starting with Thursday, 24K is going oriental with their very special Soiree night with the amazing belly dancer Johara, and on the decks will be the one and only, DJ Tommy. Or you can head to Underground by After 8’s Sagat Night and spend your night shaking it with the belly dancers.

    Don’t miss CJC’s Thursday Night Live featuring not two but three awesome live performances by three original local bands: Pulse, Dirty Backseat, and Cap’n Hector’s Crew. Elsewhere, you can hit the dance floor with the sha3aby singer Hassan El Kholaky, violinist Ahmed Mokhtar, and Gu Lounge’s belly dancer at their awesome WKND Party.

    Mexican producer and artist Beto Cohen, and Zio are going to throw a wild party at The Garden Nile Front. And since we’re speaking of wild parties, make sure you don’t miss American International music entertainer DJ Kenny mix and DJ Doggy Dog at The Tap Maadi.

    Over on the east side, Dutch DJ Alex Cruz is making a stop during his international tour at The Tap East, and later, DJ Ike will spin some sick house beats. Meanwhile, it’s all laughs and giggles at Stash Bar with Al Hezb El Comedy’s stand-up comedy performance, make sure you don’t miss it!

    While on the west side, it’s Cairo Jazz Club 610’s awesome electric night, and they’re bringing DJ Ahmed Eid. The folks at The Tap West will be grooving with funky house tunes featuring the Jordanian DJ/Producer, AYN, and our local spinner ABD.

    As for Friday, another great performance is taking place at Underground by After 8 by the one and only Basheer. And since it’s still the weekend, Gu Lounge’s WKND Party continues with Hassan El Kholaky, violinist Ahmed Mokhtar, and their awesome belly dancer! Meanwhile DJs Hassan Abou Alam & Shiha are going to be pumping CJC’s crowd with some of their best beats all night long.

    Earlier in the day, there’s going to be the famous CJC 610 Friday brunch over the tunes of talented singer Nouran Abutaleb, and bass virtuoso, Samer George. But when it gets dark, the grooviest R&B and hip-hop tunes will ramp up the atmosphere of CJC 610 with the king himself, Feedo. And, The Tap West is having a cheesy night with Cheeseballs, and later, DJ A.K will hit their decks.

    On the other side of town, DJ Nada is running the decks at The Garden Nile Front and will be spreading her unique beats. While, DJ Ayman Nageeb will be at The Tap East with his awesome deep house mixes. The Woodpeckers will take their 60s acoustic tunes to the stage at The Tap Maadi.

    Saturdays, as always, are way better when you start it with your favourite Saturday brunch and chill at CJC 610 where AWE and Arrab will take to the decks. Since we’re talking west side, it’s going to get hot in The Tap West with DJ Teddy’s pop hits.

    It’s another magical jazzy night at Underground by After 8 with the magnificent Mostafa Rizk. And if you’re down for a night full of the best hip-hop and R&B music there is, the spinning masters, Feedo and Soul M are going to be at 24K.

    There’s going to be an amazing folkloric night over at CJC with some Nubian Tunes by RT Nubal, and some afro-beats & Sudanese music by Mazeek, make sure you don’t miss it! Meanwhile, up on The Tap East’s decks, playing your favourite pop hits, will be the awesome DJ Kashouty. And finally, get ready for a Funktion of Funk ride with DJ Sewwes at The Tap Maadi.

    Bonus: Riseup Summit After- Party (Sunday)

    The swankiest entrepreneurial networking platform, Mindsalike, in collaboration with Cairo Angels, is hosting the RiseUp After-Party at the SASS Restaurant & Bar; an after-party that will be home to Cairo’s hottest entrepreneurs and investors! If you want to be on the super exclusive guest list, register here!

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