The ever-elegant Gabriel Hotel is once again hosting the world's largest charity event, The Global Party, on September 24, in an evening that will have some of the biggest VIPs partying in philanthropic style…
Since 2011 The Global Party has occurred in 216 cities and every year throughout both September and March it continues to expand its philanthropic reach. Having the honour of representing Egypt once again at this global luxurious extravaganza is The Gabriel Hotel.
Originally launched in 2011 at the Natural History Museum in London and aboard the Orient Express, this inspirational event unites the luxury industry with thousands of invited VIP guests in support of the Global Charity Trust and its hundreds of worldwide causes. Its aim is to hold the charity event in 360+ cities worldwide, reaffirming its name as the largest invite-only VIP charity event on the planet. During its two previous events The Global Party has raised a total of £1,500,000+ net for hundreds of benefiting charities.
On September 24, The Gabriel Hotel is representing Egypt for The Global Party in luxurious style with a special line-up that will have Egyptians dancing the night away. Performing at the private VIP party is none other than the extremely talented vocalist Diana Miro, followed by female DJ's Alin Di and Mari Ferrari, the sensational saxophone maestro OLARAS, among others.
The event has a strict black tie dress code, and with the diverse entertainment scheduled, it is guaranteed to be a steamy high society dance-heavy affair. Even though this party is supposed to be invite-only, over the years it has evolved to sell tickets, allowing anyone with a love of philanthropy to rub elbow with VIPs. Tickets for the event are available for 750 EGP, and include an assortment of savoury hors d'oeuvres, and most importantly a variety of inspired thirst quenching cocktails.
The Gabriel Hotel has become synonymous with redefining elegance, but after this event may become better known for redefining luxurious parties in Egypt.
For more information or to reserve tickets call 02 2696 0700 or visit their Facebook here.