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Art Alert: Sharmoofers and El-Esseily in 'Colored Christmas' concert

The concert will see several musicians beloved by the audience: Sharmoofers, Mahmoud El-Esseily, Brass Sound and Disco Misr

Eslam Omar , Tuesday 4 Dec 2018
Sharmoofers was back to live performances with a concert at El-Horreya concert on 9 November
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Famous two-member band Sharmoofers will appear in a concert with pop star Mahmoud El-Esseily alongside Brass Sound and Disco Misr on 20 December at El-Mohandessin Club in an event called 'Coloured Christmas.'

"The concert will be hosted by a surprise guest," the event's promotional material reveals.

Sharmoofers, composed of Ahmed Bahaa and Mohamed El-Arkan, is one of the most well-known bands in Egypt.

Mahmoud El-Esseily is one of the most active Egyptian pop singers with a large fan base and numerous video-clipped singles where he is joined by other stars.

Thursday 20 December, 4 pm
El-Mohandessin Club, Cairo

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