Cairo Jazz Club: You Have Somewhere To Be This Christmas
With three back-to-back nights of music and merriment, Cairo Jazz Club promises the most fun this festive season...
There's a thousand Christmas song titles we could use to inform you about the Christmas extravaganza that is going to take place at Cairo Jazz Club this festive season, the most fitting being Rocking Around The Christmas Tree! December 24th to 26th will see Cairo Jazz Club being transformed into a musical Winter Wonderland, with lots of Carols of The Bells going on. So Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas and join in the party marathon of the year.
The First Noel to be taking the stage on December 24th will be DJ Ramy who is making Christmas Eve a funky affair. It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas in the halls of Cairo Jazz Club when Santa Clause Is Coming To (Funky) Town from 10pm. Go Tell It On The Mountain that Cairo is ready to groove all night into the early hours of Christmas morning. Added bonus: this is the only night you may leave Cairo Jazz Club and be lucky enough to still spot Santa.
The Holly Jolly Christmas continues on Christmas Day when The Cadillacs will be bringing Joy To The World in the charity night, A Merry Rockin XMas. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, oh wait, that's just the Cadillacs' awesome vocals! The best part is 'Tis The Season of giving, as all proceedings of the night go to charities.
On The Last Day Of Christmas, Drummer Boy Mohasseb and Santa('s) Baby boys Gawdat will be celebrating anything but a Blue Christmas when they transform the dance floor like never before and celebrate The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year so it will definitely not be a Silent Night on Friday. What better day to get right back on the Naughty List than the day after Christmas?
Quite obviously, the Jingle Bells never ring louder than at Cairo Jazz Club. Don't tell your friends and family You'll Be Home For Christmas because you have somewhere else to be!
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