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Amr Diab to sing in New Alamein in Al-Adha Feast

The concert is among the tour of the megastar's new album entitled 'Ana Gheir'

Ahram Online , Wednesday 7 Aug 2019
Egyptian megastar Amr Diab
Egyptian megastar Amr Diab
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Egyptian pop megastar Amr Diab will give a summer concert during the Al-Adha Feast on Friday 16 August at the Music Arena of Al-Masa New Alamein hotel.

Diab, known to fans as El-Hadaba, will be singing from his anticipated 2019 album entitled 'Ana Gheir' that is expected to be out this month.

He gave a concert on the Greek island of Mykonos late July as part of his summer tour in which he also sang from his previous album Kol Hayaty (All My Life), released in August 2018.

The 57-year-old has given a large successful concert in Saudi Arabia's Jeddah, in June, amid the Kingdom's newly-launched programme run by the General Entertainment Authority.

His latest appearances were part of several advertising campaigns for various international companies.

Diab is expected to be accompanied by his usual band at the concert, which includes experienced musicians, with some electronic beats leading the tempo at times.

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

Friday 19 August at 9pm
New Alamein City, North Coast, Alexandria

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