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Pure Piano Melodies of Christmas at Cinnamon Lakeside


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Professional jazz pianist Mehroon Wahab will perform Pure Piano Melodies of Christmas at the Terrace Poolside on 23 December 

 


Exceptional experiences await this holiday season at Cinnamon Lakeside Colombo for the entire family. From festive goodies and treats that compliment Christmas to Christmas Eve dinner and the countdown to the New Year, and everything in between, the Hotel brings you a December full of cheer and merriment.

As part of the celebrations, guests are invited to enjoy the peaceful notes that make Christmas special with the festive music that will set the tone for a celebratory and warm atmosphere throughout the Hotel. 

Pure Piano Melodies of Christmas, performed by professional jazz solo pianist Mehroom Wahab, will take place at the Poolside Terrace on Sunday, 23 December from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets are priced at Rs. 2,000 nett and proceeds will be donated to the Cancer Hospital and the Lady Ridgeway Children’s ward at the National Hospital.

To reserve tickets and for more information on the festive events, call the Cinnamon Lakeside Events Desk on 011 249 1884. In addition, the Christmas Brochure can be viewed online at www.cinnamonhotels.com/en/christmasinthecity.

 


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