Top Bahraini DJ coming to Abu Dhabi's Boogie Box

The August event looks absolutely brilliant

Top Bahraini DJ coming to Abu Dhabi's Boogie Box

If you're a fan of late nights and great music, we've got something just for you.

Boogie Box is back at ANNEX at the Abu Dhabi EDITION on Thursday August 15.

This month the line-up includes Bahraini Salah Sadeq and local legend Cyrill Reaidy.

Both DJs will play separate sets before a back to back hour to finish the night off.

Sadeq pulls together loads of influences and genres into a cohesive sound, his sets are known for their subtlety, groove and playfulness. He can usually be found looking after his radio station The Crate, which broadcasts live from locations around the world, most recently from Bahrain and Tbilisi, Georgia.

His label, Techfui, was launched in 2014, named after a successful run of parties by the same name. He continues to run both prolifically, with recent collaborations including Rashed Aldhaen in Bahrain and with Puerto Rico’s Emiliano Martini.

He's also played alongside such legends as Laurent Garnier, Josh Wink, and Sven Väth at festivals and in clubs around the world.

Warm-up comes from resident Cyrill Reaidy, who has played with Sadeq many a time before. His sets are filled with moody dub-techno sounds as well as leftfield house and techno.

Reaidy starts at 10pm before Sadeq comes on at 12.30am. They'll play a back to back set at 3am.

It's free to get in, but you'll need to contact the Boogie Box organisers with the names of everyone who's coming.
Free. Thu Aug 15 10pm-4pm. ANNEX, The Abu Dhabi EDITION, Al Bateen,

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