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Programme: Nine bands and singers at Alexandria's Roman Theater

Black Theama, Massar Egbari, Wust El-Balad, and others will perform at the Roman Theater this July amid Music Summer Festival

Ahram Online , Thursday 11 Jul 2019
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The Cairo Opera House has organized an eight-day event at Alexandria's Roman Theater in Kom el Dikka neighborhood between 22 and 29 July.

Nine known bands and singers will perform at the historic place starting with Ayamna El-Helwa, then Medhat Saleh, Black Theama, Massar Egbari, Wust El-Balad and SoundTrack Orchestra respectively with Al-Nafikha and Taksir Sharki to perform at the same night before Tamer Ashour closes the festival.

The festival's concerts will start at 8.30pm every day.

Another art festival is taking place in Alexandria at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina during the summer. 

The full schedule is as follows:
Monday 22 July: Ayamna El-Helwa
Tuesday 23 July: Medhat Saleh
Wednesday 24 July: Black Theama
Thursday 25 July: Massar Egbari
Friday 26 July: Wust El-Balad
Saturday 27 July: SoundTrack Orchestra
Sunday 28 July: Al-Nafikha – Taksir Sharki
Monday 29 July: Tamer Ashour

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