The Theater of Dreams Part 2
Coming our way from the 10th to the 12 April is none other than The Theater of Dreams ready to inspire our party senses once again, this time in Sharm El Sheikh.
Hold on to your seats because one of our favourite musical festivals is finally back and promises to be bigger and better than ever! Having left us sleepless yet wanting more in Ras Shetan back in January, from the 10th to the 12th April Theatre of Dreams is hitting Space situated in the infamous Naama Bay, the pumping heart of Sharm El Sheikh.
No matter what your vibe, Space caters to you. Whether your own personal oasis tickles your fancy thanks to the pool with built in waterfall, a bit of luxury takes your cockles in Space's Salon or you would like to enjoy the night's melodies with a beautiful view over the Red Sea, Theater of Dreams at Space will be an unforgettable break.
In addition to the incredible location, the night is being taken to a whole new dimension with a musical line up set to have you on the dance floor all night. An array of exceptionally talented local DJs will be hitting the decks, and kicking off the antics on the 10th April are Aly B, Hassan Abou Alam, Chiati, Gaserm Marc Wahba and M Fayek & Sebzz.
Day 2 will be taken over by A-squared, Gawdat, Misty, Nourre Fahmy, Zai and Shady Maher and if you thought this was good, in addition to all this musical wonder there will be an exclusive Toolroom live showcase on Day 3, featuring label big boss Mr Mark Knight and Mark Storie.
Helping us get the most of the experience, the Theater of Dreams package isn't just pure fiesta, included is a three-night stay in the Fantazia Hotel with access to the hotel pool party and a three-day pass to Space, not forgetting transportation.
Be part of the Theater of Dreams and indulge in a weekend of amazing experiences. Can you really think of a better place to spend the long weekend? We can't.
Find out more about Theater of Dreams here.
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