The weekend is almost here and there's no better way of heading into a good week than having a lit weekend plan! A solid weekend of fun helps you deal with all the crazies that the work-week throws at you. So if you've been looking for ways to turn your Friday into a "Fri-YAY" we have the most perfect thing for you.

The Cairo Tales is bringing the daddy of all music festivals- Sunburn to Lucknow! Yep, you read that right. Sunburn reload is coming to Lucknow to make you groove to the electric beats and take care of the Friyay plans.

Featuring DJ Siana Catherine

DJ Siana is a Sunburn frequenter, she is known for mixing hip-hop, trap and EDM to create an environment you cannot stay calm in. Her shows are always taken to an entire different level with her sic beats and ability to make the crowd groove to her tunes.

DJ Siana's beats fill the crowds with pulsing energy and you can always expect a great show whenever she is around.

Cairo Friyay!

The Cairo Tales has a chill vibe, great interiors and a mystic decor, which makes for the perfect place to enjoy the musical extravaganza that the Sunburn reload is going to be. So make sure to call your gang, spread the word and get read to enjoy the party of a lifetime. Let's take our regular September up a few notches with the great vibe and the amazing music!

Knock Knock

DJ Siana Catherine is a frequent Suburn arena performer who knows what she's doing behind the console, so if you are looking to attend a great party this weekend- this should be it. Also, this is the first time Lucknow is going to experience something remotely similar to Sunburn so there's no way you can miss the fun. Get your reservations now!

For reservations call: 9919750117

Venue: The Cairo Tales, Rohtas Presidential Arcade, Adjacent to Decathlon, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar Lucknow

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