Rixos hotels in Sharm El Sheikh to host performances for New Year's eve

Rixos Premium Seagate and Rixos Sharm El Sheikh will both provide music events

Taking place at the Show Arena of the Premium Seagate property
Taking place at the Show Arena of the Premium Seagate property

Rixos Premium Seagate and Rixos Sharm El Sheikh have announced their line-up of musical performances for New Year’s eve celebrations.

Taking place at the Show Arena of the Premium Seagate property, guests of either hotels can be part of the celebrations.

The evening will bring in three-time Grammy award winner RedOne, Lebanese star Cyrine Abelnour, and violin maestro Hanine.

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The hotels also assure there will be F&B opportunities, as well as dance music throughout the night.

The New Year’s announcement comes soon after reports suggest the Egyptian resort spot can recover from its near four-year flight ban. With the right marketing, the location’s tourism industry can flourish, suggested GlobalData.

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