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Inspired by the freedom, adventure and creativity of nature and music. The Sahl Hasheesh Summer Jump-off was born in 2021.


With a vision to showcase the majestic waters of the Red Sea, while promoting music, culture & art, the SHSJ aims to attract visitors locally & internationally to the beautiful town of Sahl Hasheesh.



We aim to align with Egypt's Vision 2030 and UN's SDG’s 14, 15 to help protect restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, and leaving a green footprint throughput Red Sea.


One of our main pillars is to promote conservation and sustainable use of the oceans, sea, and marine resources for sustainable development.


Because emotions enhance memory processes and music evokes strong emotions, music is involved in forming memories, and we aim to deliver an exoerience that will forever stay in peoples hearts, minds, and souls


Sustainability and an awareness of our impact on the local environment and community is our ethos.  Working with our local environmental consultants, we aim to continually make SHSJ one of the most environmentally conscious and low-impact events in The Red Sea


From the first wave to the last beat, SHSJ brings like-minded souls together for a unique beach festival experience.


With festivities that come alive at sunset, and beautiful beaches on which to recuperate during the day, we invite you to Jump-off your summer in the Jewel of the Red Sea!


Our Ethos at SHSJ is all about sustainability and promoting constant conservation efforts in the  beautiful place we call home... The Red Sea. 


We are making conscience strides toward promoting an increased level of social and environmental responsibility. 


Here are some practices being implemented internally at SHSJ


 - Minimizing use of paper and single-use plastics

- Improving recycling and composting practices 

- Investing in renewable energy sources where possible (Solar lighting)

- Acquiring goods locally from the Red Sea to strengthen communities and reduce transportation emissions

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