If you can't go to Beirut this NYE, El Gouna is bringing Beirut to you.
Every time New Year’s Eve comes around, we’re always at a loss as to what to do to make it even more special than the last. Partying in an overcrowded club with drinks getting spilled all over us and the same sort of entertainment we get every year just doesn't do it for us anymore. Luckily, this year, El Gouna is bringing us something very different than we're accustomed to and that's sure to have us starting the New Year's with a bang.
Hailing all the way from Beirut, one of Lebanon’s most happening clubs, the infamous Music Hall, is coming straight to everyone’s favourite shoreside city. So we’ve decided to trade in the overcrowded clubs filled with flailing arms and B.O for champagne and live shows. And did we mention, it’ll be open bar?
Being a Beirut staple, Music Hall is set to host quite the night of endless dancing and good vibes, with DJ Hadi Sabaa spinning at the decks all night and ensuring we welcome 2019 with nothing short of an extravagant night. And true to their reputation (because nobody celebrates quite as hard as the Lebanese), Music Hall will be featuring a range of entertainment with something for everyone.
For those of you who've attended one of Music Hall's lavish Beirut nights, you already know what you're in for; live shows by artists from all over the world, with musical performances that include everything from world fusion, to Greek, to Russian, to a little bit of Latin, and everything in between. If you haven’t heard of Music Hall, we suggest you crawl out from the rock you've been hiding under and go find out why this is the only venue of its kind in the Middle East. That's not all, though, Egypt's favourite belly dancer Amie Sultan will also be performing.
The party will be taking place at El Gouna's The Venue, from 9:30 PM to 4:00 AM.
Put on your fancy pumps and cocktail dresses for a night that'll start your 2019 on a positive note. You can swear off partying afterwards.
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