Ignite The Night: Lebanon’s To Do List Sept. 29th-Oct. 3rd


The weather is changing but our love for the nightlife remains the same. BNL along with clubs, venues, pubs and more are continuing to Ignite The Night! Say good bye to September and hello to October with these awesome events.

 

DJ Jam Live at Pier 7 Friday Sept. 30th: Pier 7 is the club who is keeping the summer season and partying going. Before it’s time for the summer clubs to take a break Pier 7 with NRJ Radio put together some last minute banging events! Tonight nod your head and dance to the beats of Snoop Dog and Dr. Dre’s official DJ, DJ JAM.

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Bras For A Cause Fashion Show at Beirut Souks Downtown Thursday Sept. 29th: Coming to a fabulous runway in Beirut Souks on September 29 is the first of two Bras for a Cause fashion shows featuring exclusive designs from bras and t-shirts to Pret-a-Porter outfits and Haute Couture dresses. All united for one important cause. Watch the beautiful pieces by more than 25 prestigious designers showcased in an unforgettable show. Plenty of surprises are planned for everyone who attends. Including live performances by Lazzy Lung and Black Honey, exciting activities and packed goody bags from our sponsors. The rest of what we have planned you’ll only find out by attending.

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Rabih Abou Khalil Group/Beirut Jazz Festival at Beirut Souks Downtown Friday September 30th: Rabih Abou Khalil is an international Lebanese Jazz Artist. The composer and player is renowned for his inventive music pieces that marked him with a special musical style. He wrote music for several Global and European Orchestras such as the BBC Concert Orchestra and the Ensemble Moderne, one of the most prominent international orchestras in contemporary music.

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Philippe El Hage Quintet Feat. Houry Dora Apartian (vocals)/Beirut Jazz Festival at Beirut Souks Downtown Saturday October 1st: Phillippe El-Hage is renowned for his skills in playing the piano; El-Hage was nominated for the Paris Young Talents 2005 Contest Award. The works of Philippe El-Hage are an original musical genre open to the world, reflecting his diverse influences: jazz, classical harmony and oriental (Near Eastern).

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