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According to Rabih Fakhreddine, co-owner of the Seven Sisters summer venue, the legend in this instance followed the name.More research into the name led them to the Seven Sisters legend and so began a carefully managed three-month social media campaign.The most arresting sight is a giant wooden structure – which also rises above the tree line to act as a lighthouse to the venue – and, having just opened last month after an astonishing execution period of just 40 days, the smell of fresh wood is still strong.As a result, Seven Sisters was designed to have a mass appeal, a place to spend the whole evening in a venue with a relaxed, friendly vibe – one that doesn't deafen you with music.The venue also caters to live music, with Lebanon's Xriss Jor lined up to sing on a regular basis.There is space for 400 seated, and weekend numbers so far have seen around 600-700 in the venue, with Fakhreddine saying it creates a very nice vibe.Seven Sisters is open seven days a week, from 6 p.m. May through October.
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