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  • Weekend CGuide: Aguizi & Fahim, Feedo, Screwdriver, Essam Karika & More

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    It’s a long weekend, so you don’t have a slight excuse for not partying! Believe us that’s what life is made for.

    Starting off with Thursday, A-Squared are taking to decks along with Amigos at Cairo Jazz Club 610, and as always, it’s going to be epic. Mobbz is taking over The Tap Maadi with his hip-hop beats. And, the famous DJ Stan Kolev, and DJs A. Salah and Al Nenni are preparing another amazing Float Party at The Garden Nile Front.

    For oriental vibes, head to either Rawi, where you can dance with belly dancer Emie, or reserve your spot at 24K’s Cabaret Night featuring belly dancer Aziza. Also, Underground’s Sagat Night is still on! Finally, don’t forget to celebrate Oktoberfest at Cairo Jazz Club, where Amro & the Big Bang Boogie, and Screwdriver are performing.

    On Friday, enjoy an acoustic brunch at The Tap East with Shehab Kassab & Hussein Gamal. Then head to OPIA’s Tabla Night for some serious hip shaking action. You can also head to Cairo Jazz Club 610 and enjoy an extraordinary party with DJ A.K. And it’s hard to say this, but our favourite duo is performing one last time at Cairo Jazz Club! Head there and say goodbye to Aguizi & Fahim. Because it’s hard to say no to hip-hop and R&B, we’ve got two parties for you, one at The Garden Nile Front with DJ Goblin, and another at The Tap West with Feedo and Doggy Dog.

    We’re not repeating it one more time, Saturday always starts with a delicious brunch at Cairo Jazz Club 610, end of discussion! This week, Meska and Ayman Nageeb are in charge. And, don’t you dare leave CJC 610, or you’ll miss the night performance by Jordanian rock band Akher Zapheer!

    Meanwhile, Essam Karika is heading to Gu Lounge to spice up the venue’s oriental Saturday; Feedo and Soul M are serving up the best beats at 24K; Sewwes is taking care of this week’s Funktion of Funk at The Tap Maadi; and Basata band is in charge of the first L’Oriental Saturday Night of October at Cairo Jazz Club.
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    By Sara Mosharef

     

     

     

     

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