Sunny skies are gracing us this weekend, and things are happening all over Lebanon! Warm up and stimulate your senses with these crazy events.
Beirut never sleeps. And it has no reason to when its nightlife is so busy! You’ve got your usual dish of , Decksonthebeach Electric Sundown, The Gärten, and All Day I Dream’s second installment(out of five), as well as these special events:
Sandance: The Beach Camp ‘imagine’ – Saturday 4 through Sunday 5
The annual beach camp and festival features live music, food and drinks, crafts, yoga and AcroYoga for two days of re-imagining “peace, love, and music.” Grab your swimsuit and camping gear.
Ollie Daze Slip n Fly – Saturday 4 through Sunday 5
Extreme sports x party enthusiasts Ollie Daze are back, pairing a Slip n Slide with their already insane Blob Bag. More surprises are planned so head over to Laqlouq this weekend for an outdoor daytime party like no other. Camping is also optional.
Stir It Up! – Saturday 4
Follow the motion of the waves to the tune of White Beach’s ultimate Reggae party. Head-bobbing guaranteed.
The Barock-ensemble orchestra will play pieces by Vivaldi, Schumann, and Accolay, among others at the Theatre Montaigne across USJ.
Fashion for a Cause – Friday 3 through Sunday 5, 10 AM
The Lebanese Red Cross Center in Rabieh hosts a 3-day vintage sale of secondhand clothes in mint condition. All proceeds help prepare food parcels for underprivileged families.
Clashes of Laughter – Friday 3, 7 PM
Comedy sketches inspired by the lives of young men and women who fought in opposing sides of Tripoli’s front lines. The fighters prepared their plays, becoming actors and friends in the process. The project was organized by MARCH and will be followed by a screening of the documentary “Love and War on a Rooftop”.
Souk Abou Rakhousa – Saturday 4, 3 PM
The satirical souk returns to Martyrs’ Square this month, bringing local products for the cheapest of prices. It’s on till midnight.
Let it Flow – Sunday 5, 10 AM
A blood drive and flash mob (5 PM) under the #BloodConnectsUsAll campaign raising awareness about the importance of blood donation. Donate, donate, donate!
Without a (thankfully) successful Zoomal crowdfunding campaign, it could have never happened. The 12th edition of the LFF has been running all week but ends this Friday, so make sure you catch the last few screenings.