Friday 7 June 2019

Dabke Night

Live on stage: Rizan Said

Dabke is a social dance from the Middle-East (Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Iraq) that you never dance alone. It is a dance that is traditionally danced during a party, birthday, wedding or just because the right music is being played. People jump up, form a circle and dance together to the beat that the dabke brings. Dancing together has something magical and brings people of all nationalities together.

Dabke Night: When the best of all worlds colide, come expierence it yourself!

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  • PRESALE 10 | DOOR 12,50 | CJP 7,50
  • Grote Zaal
  • 20:30
  • 20:30

*incl € 2,50 servicefee

Live on stage: Rizan Said
All the way from Syria Rizan Said is a real keyboard virtuoso who only needs an Arabic keyboard with dabke rhythms to burn down the dance floor. You probably know him (or one of his super exciting tunes) from Omar Souleyman records, because he’s the former keyboard player. Said’s debut solo album “King of Keyboard” sounds like an eclectic mix of rave, pumped up Arab melodies, sick beats and speakers which are filled up with sand. Major international media like The Guardian are huge fans and we’re pretty sure you will be excited too!

DJ session by Matrub
DJ Matrub مطروب will play the best dabke & arab beats & tunes from the middle east!

Dabke workshop 21.00 hrs
We allways start the night with a 15 minute dabke session with all the crowd! So even if you’ve never danced the dabke, we will get you started.

Pop-up Syrian restaurant 20.30-23.00 hrs
The Syrian cuisine is known for its richness in taste and colours. During the Dabke Night, we select the best of the Syrian kitchen and offer you a buffet to choose from for small prices.

The rules are simple: grab a hand and lean into the dance of Dabke!

– Dreams of Syria