Bull's Eye Pub, Cairo
Love Parade Berlin
By Daniel Lanier
The recent heat wave in Cairo with temperatures up to 44C (111F) and an abundance of work have prevented me from going out and exploring Egypts nightlife this month. But, I have two news items to report, which I dont want to keep from you.
The first: Cairos well-known club " El-Gatro Negro" has changed again its name as well as the decoration. If youre searching in Cairo/Mohandeseen for the "El-Gatro Negro" dance club, but finding instead, the BULLS EYE PUB at the same place, just drop in. You wont be disappointed. BULLS EYE PUB is an English pub, with almost daily live performances and disco salsa, sixties and dance music as well as regular karaoke events (address below).
The second news: The last Tour Egypt Nightlife Review (Tour Egypt Monthly, May issue) introduced Sharm El-Sheikhs club & disco "Bus Stop". Amr Ismail is running beside the "Bus Stop" also the "Echo Temple Desert Stage", and he is famous for his weekly House Nation Parties at the Sanafir Hotel in Sharm. His dream is to see Sharm El-Sheikh becoming an international clubbing destination. To make this dream coming true, Bus Stop and "Echo Temple" are taking part at this years Love Parade in Berlin/Germany with their own truck. The news agency APs headline reads: Egyptian DJs will be raving at the Love Parade. The Love Parade is celebrated annually during summer in Berlins city center, bringing more than one Million ravers from all over the world, together for one unlimited party. It is the worlds biggest open-air techno, house and dance floor party. This year around 50 trucks from 14 countries, with sound systems, loudspeakers, DJs and dancers, will be participating in this event, and among these 50 trucks will be Amr Ismails "Echo Temple/Bus Stop Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt".
More information: www.loveparade.net (in English and German language) or www.busstopevents.com (in English).
BULLS EYE PUB. Jeddah St. 32, Mohandessin, Cairo/Giza. Left to the restaurant Tia Maria. Telephone: 76 16 888. Daily from 7:00 pm.
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