Here are the awesome parties happening in our great capital this weekend. So summon your inner party animal and get ready for the revelry all night long!

Starting with Thursday, you can hit the dance floor at Gu Lounge’s awesome WKND Party and shake your body with percussionist Hamdoon and the belly dancers. Elsewhere, belly dancer Linda will be setting Rawi on fire with her belly dancing moves.

Join Wust El Balad in celebrating their 20th anniversary at CJC’sThursday Night Live. And since we’re speaking of wild parties, make sure you don’t miss Soul M’s crazy spinning at The Tap Maadi.

Over on the east side, Zawzaw will get everyone grooving at The Tap East this Thursday.

While on the west side, it’s Cairo Jazz Club 610’s outstanding electric night, and they’re bringing Palestinian artist Sama Abdulhady, Aly B, and Nour Fahmy. The folks at The Tap West will be grooving with commercial tunes featuring Amro and The Big Bang Boogie, and MotherFunkers.

As for Friday, since it’s still the weekend, Gu Lounge’s WKND Party continues with their excellent belly dancers! Meanwhile, DJ Ahmed Eid is going to be pumping CJC’s crowd with some of his best beats all night long.

Kick off your Friday at CJC 610’s Friday brunch with Double Trouble. At night, the grooviest tunes will ramp up the atmosphere of CJC 610 with Anis, Kidmims, and Mobbz. And, The Tap West is having a wild night with Hany Hassan and DJ Feedo.

DJ Armen V will be at The Tap East with his best pop hits, and The Tap Maadi is bringing DJ Azaar this Friday.

On Saturday, head to CJC 610 for your favourite Saturday Bunch n’ Chill featuring DJs AWE and Sebzz. Since we’re talking west side, it’s going to get hot at The Tap West with Spade of Hearts taking over.

Blast your Saturday at Gu Lounge’s Saturday Blast night featuring the iconic Mahmoud El Leithy!

Bahiyya band is performing at CJC this Saturday, make sure you don’t miss it! Meanwhile, up on The Tap East’s decks, playing your favourite pop hits, will be the awesome DJ Kashouty. And finally, get ready for some wild spinning by Mazen Hamdy at The Tap Maadi.

By Dina Khafagy