Grand Hyatt Muscat updates nightlife offering

New band signed at Safari Pub, while Sports Bar increases capacity

Sonic will perform at Safari Pub six days a week.
Sonic will perform at Safari Pub six days a week.

Grand Hyatt Muscat in Oman has updated its nightlife offering by signing a new live band at Safari Pub and expanding its Habana Sports Bar.

Sonic, a band managed by el-live productions, will perform six nights a week at Safari Pub, which is also introducing a resident DJ who will take over from the band at 1.30am to 3am.

Habana Sports Bar has been reconfigured to offer more floor space and greater capacity. The venue features 12 digital screens to show live games, as well as offering free wifi, darts, pool and foosball.

The bar also runs a daily happy hour from 12noon to 10pm.

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