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Our Mission

Sahira, meaning “the party people” in Arabic, promises to provide a vibrant combination of Middle Eastern and English music in the heart of Melbourne city.  

The Middle East has knowingly endured a long history of hardship and disasters, however despite such calamities, it’s people have always been able to maintain the enthusiasm, generosity and culture that makes us historically one of the most fascinating civilisations in the world. Most notably our ability to bring people together and preciously celebrate all aspects of life, in spite of everything, makes us proudly who we are.  

Here at  Sahira Night Club, our aim is to create a sense of global citizenship that will rekindle the companionship we hold with our families back home, even across many seas.

By partying at Sahira, you are partying for peace.

Some Of Our Countries...

Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut, famously known as the ‘Paris of the Middle East’,thanks to its French influences and vibrant cultural and intellectual life, is also one of the oldest cities in the world. It’s major point of pride is that it’s citizens never stopped partying, even during the many years of war and protests.It is now home to over 300 nightclubs, despite the whole of Lebanon being only the size of Melbourne City, therefore speaking for itself when being the rightly proclaimed entertainment capital of the Middle East.  

Cairo, Egypt

Cairo, in Arabic Al-Qahirah (“The Victorious”), is the famously known capital city of Egypt and is also one of the largest cities in NorthernAfrica. Cairo has stood for more than 1,000 years on the same site on the banks of the Nile and is a strong contrast of the ancient and new, East and West. The cities Historic core was designated a UNESCO WorldHeritage site in 1979, speaking for its deeply appreciated culture

Baghdad, Iraq

The city of Iraq, Baghdad, is one the largest cities in the MiddleEast. Baghdad was known as a significant cultural, commercial and economic centre of the Arab world. In addition to this, it housed several key academic institutions, including the House of Wisdom, as well as hosting a multi ethnic and multi religious environment, which garnered the city a worldwide reputation as the “Centre of Learning”. People in Iraq speak a large diversity of languages, including Arabic, Kurdish, Turkoman, Assyrian andArmenian.  

Damascus, Syria

Damascus is one of the oldest cities in the Middle East. It is believed that people started living in Damascus as long ago as 8000 BC to 10,000 BC (12000 years ago). In the MiddleAges, it was the centre of a flourishing craft industry, specialising in swords and lace. Nicknames for Damascus include Al-Fayhaa which is Arabic for spacious, and the “City of Jasmine” for its shrubs and vines in the olive family. Furthermore, the prestigious Arabic Language Academy of Damascus (1919) is the stronghold of the Arabic language. The Academy preserves and modernises the vocabulary.

Some Of Our Countries...

Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut, famously known as the ‘Paris of the Middle East’, thanks to its French influences and vibrant cultural and intellectual life, is also one of the oldest cities in the world. It’s major point of pride is that it’s citizens never stopped partying, even during the many years of war and protests.It is now home to over 300 nightclubs, despite the whole of Lebanon being only the size of Melbourne City, therefore speaking for itself when being the rightly proclaimed entertainment capital of the Middle East.  

Cairo, Egypt

Cairo, in Arabic Al-Qahirah (“The Victorious”), is the famously known capital city of Egypt and is also one of the largest cities in NorthernAfrica. Cairo has stood for more than 1,000 years on the same site on the banks of the Nile and is a strong contrast of the ancient and new, East and West. The cities Historic core was designated a UNESCO WorldHeritage site in 1979, speaking for its deeply appreciated culture.

Baghdad, Iraq

The city of Iraq, Baghdad, is one the largest cities in the MiddleEast. Baghdad was known as a significant cultural, commercial and economic centre of the Arab world. In addition to this, it housed several key academic institutions, including the House of Wisdom, as well as hosting a multiethnic and multi religious environment, which garnered the city a worldwide reputation as the “Centre of Learning”. People in Iraq speak a large diversity of languages, including Arabic, Kurdish, Turkoman, Assyrian and Armenian.  

Damascus, Syria


Damascus is one of the oldest cities in the Middle East. It is believed that people started living in Damascus as long ago as 8000 BC to 10,000 BC (12000 years ago). In the Middle Ages, it was the centre of a flourishing craft industry, specialising in swords and lace. Nicknames for Damascus include Al-Fayhaa which is Arabic for spacious, and the “City of Jasmine” for its shrubs and vines in the olive family.Furthermore, The prestigious Arabic Language Academy of Damascus (1919) is the stronghold of the Arabic language. The Academy preserves and modernizes the vocabulary.

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Music is the language of the spirit. It opens the secret of life bringing peace, abolishing strife.

Khalil Gibran

ارقص كما لو أن لا أحد يراك،غَنِّ كما لو أن لا أحد يسمعك،

Ahlam Mosteghanemi

Doing nothing for others is the undoing of ourselves.

charbel akhoury

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