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Art Alert: Egypt's pop megastar Amr Diab in live concert in Cairo

El-Hadaba will be performing a selection from his latest album Kol Hayaty (All My Life), in addition to some of his classics

Ahram Online , Tuesday 12 Feb 2019
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Egyptian pop megastar Amr Diab will perform at Cairo's Misr University for Science and Technology (MUST) on Friday 22 February.

Diab, known to fans as El-Hadaba, will be performing a selection from his latest album Kol Hayaty (All My Life), in addition to some of his classics.

The 57-year-old pop star will be accompanied by his typical formation at the concert, with some electronic beats leading the tempo at times.

Diab's career took off in the 1980s and has remained active with a large following in Egypt and regionally, releasing more than 30 albums and starring in three Egyptian movies.

Programme:                                                                              
Friday 22 February, 7pm
Misr University For Science and Technology (MUST), 6 October

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