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THE DAYDREAMER – MARCH 2019: WEEK 1 EVENTS

At last, spring has come. Bask in the warmth of its gentle sun, and take in the clean, fresh outdoors air. Full disclosure: we at Tip n’ Tag are some of spring’s biggest fans. In fact, we’ve never smiled this much before until this morning, when we were graced with the sight of the sun and the sound of chirping birds. So in celebration of March, this Daydreamer is an ode to spring.



March into Spring! @ The Nub
March 4 @ 9:00 p.m.

Lo and behold! The Nub has found the cure for Mondays; DJ parties in honor of our favorite season – Spring. Join the good people at this Shmeisani bar throughout the month, starting this Monday, for a night full of music and fun with all the people you hold dear.

Price: Free entrance


Christian Smith @ CLSTR
March 7 @ 9:30 p.m.

Join one of
the region’s leading pop-up clubs in welcoming Christian Smith to Amman in a night of musical
and dance goodness. With acts like AnDONUT and AYN playing back to back,
you’re sure to never have a seat this Thursday night.

Price: 15 JD


Ambush @ Zorba
March 8 @ 09:00 p.m.

Explore
Amman’s underground club scene at Ambush this weekend, this time featuring
Venetian artist Paul Laza along
with other acts. This weekly happening in the heart of old Amman is one to keep
an eye out for if you’re looking for a fresh scene.

Price: Free | Before 10:00 p.m.
10 JD | After 10:00 p.m.



Atelier culinaire: France @ Institut Français de Jordanie
March 9 @
10:00 a.m.

It’s no secret
that French cuisine is one of the best in the world. In spirit of
Francophonie month, let Chef Alain
Benon
 introduce you to some authentic French delicacies. In
this workshop, you will learn how to cook terrine jardinière au pistougougères au fromage and tarte tatin aux pommes.
Don’t miss out on the deliciousness, register your name today.

Price: Free


Vegan Night @ Shams El Balad
March 5 @ 07:00 p.m.

Ever feel left out as a vegan? The tables have turned, and now is your chance to exclude all of your meat-eating friends at Shams el Balad’s Vegan Night. Promising a four course meal prepared with locally sourced organic ingredients and paired with kombucha, this long-awaited event will surely not disappoint.

Price: 25 JD


Mardi Gras @ The Winemaker
March 5 @ 7:00 p.m.

Clutch your
beads and make some room for a glass of your favorite Saint George wine paired
with delicious offerings from New Orleans, because The Winemaker is bringing
Amman a taste of Mardi Gras. Low country boil is on the menu, and guests will
be expected to shell the crawfish and shrimps manually. Fret not, though, for
bibs and an abundance of alcohol will both be provided.

Price: 65 JD All-inclusive



Dead Sea
Cycling Ride @ 
Cycling Jordan
March 8 @ 8:00 a.m.

If you’re
ready to come out of your hibernation after last week’s gloomy storms, this
activity is just the thing for you. This Friday morning, cycle to the
mesmerizing views of the Dead Sea on this 20 km ride with Cycling Jordan. Best
part is, the refreshing exercise will leave you energized and ready to seize
the rest of your day. For more info, click here.

Price: 20 JD


Hiking King
Talal Dam @ 
Zone-Out for Outdoor Activities
March 8 @ 9:00 a.m.

One of the
numerous dams along the wadis running into the Jordan River is the King Talal
Dam. This large reservoir in Wadi Zarqa is surrounded by rich greenery and
picture perfect views. Grab your friends, put on your hiking shoes and trek on
this exciting, scenic adventure. For more info, click here.

Price: 23 JD



Capoeira
Angola @ 
Inner Life Institute
March 6 @ 7:00 p.m.

An
Afro-Brazilian martial art said to possess magical powers, Capoeira not only
teaches strength, coordination, and body dialogue. With its unique combination
of dance, music and fitness techniques, it also aligns the body and spirit
bringing way for mindfulness and inner balance. Make sure to put on your
comfiest clothes before heading to this session.

Price: 10 JD



Sufi and Tarab
Night @ Jadal for Knowledge & Culture

March 9 @ 6:00 p.m.

Soak in the
mystical tunes of centuries past with traditional tarab and Sufi music at Jadal this
Saturday. Saba Band is
poised to offer you a night of revelry and nostalgia with their collection of
traditional muwashahat –
ancient Arabic poems made to be sung.

Price: 5 JD

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