Tripping the Light Fantastic on New Year’s Eve in Cairo
If you have never experienced New Year’s Eve on the River Nile, you don’t know what you are missing.
Cairo is the largest city in the Arab world and in Africa. Its urban area is the 16th largest in the world which is situated in the Nile Delta. Cairo was founded in AD 969; a city which is steeped in a deep and long history, plus it has many attractions with celebrations simply waiting to embrace visitors and locals alike this New Year’s Eve, heralding the New Year of 2015.
- New Year’s Eve 2015 will be the biggest day of the year for Cairo’s venues, which means that there will be no shortage of things to do and money to spend on the celebrations.
- The large public gardens by Sakkara and Mariottia are the most popular venues for the Christmas and New Year’s Eve 2015 holidays.
- This will be home of events, performers and bars brimming over with patrons.
- Numerous options will be available for those wanting to listen to live music at reasonable prices.
- The rock of Maadi nightlife, Pub 55, will ring in the New Year 2015 with an Oriental Night.
- After-hours club Bamboo has a line-up of DJs to ring in the New Year and celebrate along the Nile River at the famous ‘New Year’s Blowout’, Otium’s (Opium) open-bar, 2015 countdown New Year’s Eve party.
- This is the venue for DJ Feedo and associates who have joined the US hip-hop group, The Republic.
Shababeek Cultural Centre:
- Away from the hustle and bustle Egyptian party scene, Shababeek Cultural Center offers a night of live music including U23, Maghna Khana, and Oriental West Band in addition to trance DJ, Suxsay.
- The Cairo Symphony Orchestra will be led by Ahmed El Saedi.
If you are keen to herald in the New Year somewhere a little different this year – why not ring in the new on The River Nile.