It’s already the week before Halloween, and it still feels like June. Well, that’s a bit of a stretch, but just because the weather’s getting colder, doesn’t mean the events are going to stop happening. This week marks the transition between summer and autumn, and that means you’re in for plenty of versatile events. Mark your calendars and grab your jackets, you’re in for a sweet ride.
The Opening Night ft. Pascal Junior @ Radiance
October 25 @ 9:30 p.m.
Autumn is a giving season that brings with it simple pleasures like colored leaves and Radiance. Opening its doors for the second season this Thursday, with captivating sounds curated by none other than Pascal Junior, Radiance is ready to embrace you with a bigger capacity and transcendent vibes. For more info, click here.
Price: 15 JD | At the door
Ziyad Sahhab (Lebanon) @ Maestro
October 26 @ 9:30 p.m.
One of the most esteemed Arab musicians of our world today will be gracing Maestro with an enchanting performance this Friday. Ziyad Sahhab and his talented band, Lebanon, will be performing original neo-Tarab pieces with a hint of jazz as a twist on folk Arab music. If you like oud and culture, this one’s for you. For more info, click here.
Price: 10 JD
Trio Juthoor @ Halim Salfiti Auditorium – Bank al Etihad
October 22 @ 7:30 p.m.
The day of reviving the roots of Arabic music has come, and Juthoor is here to develop your appreciation for the heritage of Arabic sounds and melodies. In their performance, the talented trio will present contemporary oriental compositions with individual improvisations and a modern Middle Eastern twist. Doesn’t that sound like a performance you’d like to be there to take in?
Price: 5 JD | At the door
Italian Street Food Market @ Gusto Italian Restaurant
October 24 @ 6:00 p.m.
Although Ryanair takes you to Bologna, it doesn’t take you to Venice or Rome! Why go through all of that hassle anyway when you can have a taste of Italy here in Amman? Chef Cristian Cabrera is covering a variety of flavors and undertones with his creations this Wednesday at Gusto. Grab your buddy and your appetite, and keep your passport gathering dust at home.
Price: 22++ JD
JR Vineyard & Winery Tour – The Last One @ JR Wines Jordan
October 27 @ 9:00 a.m.
The mere fact that JR is hosting their last tour for this year should be reason enough for you to book your ticket already, but if you still need that little push, how about knowing that vine leaves change color in autumn? Now, isn’t that a sight you’d want to see as you sip on a delectable, fine glass of wine? For more info, click here.
Price: 70 JD | Includes transportation, breakfast, lunch and wine.
Connect With Your Heart @ Thea Soul-Chology
October 22 @ 8:00 p.m.
What better way to relieve yourself from stress than simply with meditation? Once you develop this natural, euphoric trick, it’ll last you a lifetime, and that means it’ll come in handy. Learn the technique of cultivating your heart-brain coherence and be in “the zone” in a meditative session guided by Dana Elmasri this Monday.
Price: 7 JD
Full Moon Meditation @ Panorama Dead Sea Complex
October 24 @ 6:30 p.m.
Just a week before Halloween, La Lune rises bright and full, harnessing negativity, purifying it and transmuting it into a higher energy form. Cleanse your aura before the dawning of the haunted night in an evening of mindful stretching and realign your vibration between the candles and October breeze, this Wednesday evening. For more info, click here.
Price: 10 JD | With Transportation
6 JD | Without Transportation
Italian/French Film: Le Bal @ Shoman Foundation
October 23 @ 6:30 p.m.
Who doesn’t love a foreign film? Better yet, one followed by a discussion! A ‘beautifully rendered visual feast that chronicles the many changes endured by France from the ’30s through the ’80s’, this silent film demonstrates the changing mores, fashions and sociopolitical aspects of time through contemporary music and dance. For more info, click here.
Artist Talk: Khalil Rabah @ Darat al Funun
October 25 @ 6:30 p.m.
Palestinian artist Khalil Rabah will talk about his current project at The Lab, which exhibits his ongoing inquiry into the ways in which history is socially constructed through embedded material in identity and culture. ‘Member, Dismember, Remember’ is only part of a project that challenges to disrupt iconic representations of Palestine. The talk will be in Arabic, so start learning the language and prepare.
Cycling4Palestine 2018 – Amman @ WAY Taawon for Youth
October 27 @ 8:00 a.m.
Back for the seventh consecutive year, Cycling4Palestine aims to raise awareness and funds for various Palestinian development projects with its thrilling cycling activity this Saturday. Taking place in Madaba, you know for a fact you’ll be blown away by the scenery of the natural landscapes. For more info, click here.
Price: 25 JD | Includes transportation, food, bike and entertainment.
As always Tipsters, stay curious!
The Tip n’ Tag Team