Cairo Weekend Guide: Westown Hub Spring Festival, Jumia Geek, Live Music and Plenty More!
While the weather seems to be uncertain of the season, we certainly aren’t! While life is slowing down in the city and most people heading out for the weekend, we still have a bunch of things for you to explore if you’re in the city.
Tamer Auf takes to the decks at Maadi bar The Tap with a selection of his favourite funk, while this week’s edition of Back in the Daze feature’s Ellum Audio’s Gardens of God and Egypt’s own Hassan Abou Alam at Dahabiya Boat.
On Friday, DJ Wah.leed takes to the decks at VENT for a night that involves everything from funk to breakbeat, meanwhile, Westown Hub celebrates its arrival with a two day Spring Festival that promises a lot of surprises.
Jumia and the Greek Campus come together for a special technology festival dubbed Jumia Geek, while the Cairo Symphony Orchestra performs its last concert of the season featuring works by L.V. Beethoven, J. Hayden, and W.A. Mozart at the Main Hall of Cairo Opera House.
New art galleries this week include ‘The Chocolate Bar of the Future’ by Hend Samir at Medrar Gallery, exploring consumerism habits in modern day society, and joint exhibition ‘The Forbidden’ by Yasser Nabaiel and Weaam El Masry at Art Talks galler.
All of this and more is happening this weekend, if you want the full rundown, check out our event calendar—here.