Since lockdown lifted, Lucky Voice has been one of our go-to destinations and even more so now that Said Mrad is Djing there.
And while karaoke might not be allowed right now due to Covid restrictions, they’ve done an incredible job of making the best out of a bad situation.
They’ve reworked their line up to include the amazing retro night every Friday. And they’ve just brought in Arabic music legend Said Mrad for a Thursday night residency. A proper legend of the Middle East’s music scene, we’ve run through three cast-iron reasons why you need to check out his Lucky Voice residency. We’re honestly very lucky to have him in our city!
1 He’s a legend
We’ve said this already, but it bears repeating. Named as the No.1 DJ in the Middle East, he’s the pioneer of Arabian Electronic dance music. He’s released seven albums, toured the planet since starting out in 1990. In fact, it’s fair to say he’s forgotten more about Djing and dance music than most of us will ever know in a lifetime.
2 He’s a Lebanese legend
The Lebanese DJ isn’t just a big deal in the Middle East, he’s a big deal pretty much everywhere. Even George Clooney thinks so, after Said was booked to play his wedding to Amal Alamuddin back in 2014.
3 He’s played everywhere
From Ibiza to Paris, Zurich to Cyprus, Egypt to Monte Carlos, he’s played everywhere. And Said Mrad is now calling Lucky Voice his home every Thursday where he’ll be playing an open-format set from 9 pm to 1 am.
Said Murad plays Lucky Voice every Thursday 6th Floor, Grand Millennium Dubai – Barsha Heights 800 – 58259 (LUCKY) firstname.lastname@example.org