Nick Warren, an international DJ came to Beirut last saturday for an outstanding night at Biel were thousands of people gathered for a great party. Roger Saad, MixFm’s director said at this occasion that « the party started at 10, till 7 am.. the place was full by 1 am , and the event was a sold out.
Nick played his best set ever, the set up was very original, creative and sophisticated ».
Mix FM organized and produced the event. B018 handled the VIP and Bars.
Mr Saad added: » The Lebanese finally lived again some happy times , that’s what’s great about such events, the Lebanese put their troubles and differences aside and partied all together in the most positive spirit ».
« Chaque jour sa grand mère lit les journaux et Dimi fait des efforts pour essayer d’attraper le journal… Le mardi 10 mars 2008 on a décidé de le lui mettre dans les mains… «
Courriel et photos envoyes par sa maman
Récits de voyage, chroniques langoureuses d’un éternel baroudeur. Sur des airs reggae, Bernard Lavilliers, dans son dernier album, Un samedi soir à Beyrouth, revient sur ses moments passés dans la ville.
In his last album : A Saturday night in Beirut, Bernard Lavilliers tells us the moments he spent in the town. Focus on the travel book of a globetrotter, with raggae music.
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