Caravan Dream are Hadi Assoum, Radi El Zouhby, Rami El Zouhby and Oleksandr Banashko; a four piece multinational Rock band formed in 2019 in the Middle East while living as expats in Qatar. The band is an embodiment of many eclectic musical influences ranging from Rock, Pop, Psychedelic Rock, Funk, Hardrock and Metal, all fused together in an incredible musical melting pot of credible pop rock. Celebrating the release of their debut album 'Fantasy', we sat down with Hadi.
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Running a music venue is a dream for many people. Booking acts and performers, selling tickets and drinks to an audience and hopefully making some money in the process – it sounds like something we could all get behind. But a lot goes into starting and creating a successful music venue. You’ve got to ensure you have the right premises, location, facilities and atmosphere, and create an environment that people want to return to time and time again. It’s easier said than done, but what are some things you should be considering if you want to run a successful music venue?
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