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Art Alert: Sharmoofers, Moustafa Hagag, Ahmed Kamel in one concert

The concert will take place at El Manara hall

Ahram Online , Tuesday 20 Aug 2019
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Egypt's popular band Sharmoofers and two well known singers, Moustafa Haggag and Ahmed Kamel, will take the stage of El-Manara International Conference Centre on Friday 13 September.
The audience will be able to enjoy each of the artists for one hour, turning the event into a three hour music experience.
"We wanted to make something special before the start of the school season," Mohamed Salah, head of GW Productions, a company in charge of the event organization, commented to Ahram Online.
Salah added that the choice of the performers will allow the event to attract a large number of audience, putting in mind that each of the musicians has their own unique following.
Sharmoofers is one of the most well-known bands in Egypt with their concerts attracting thousands of audience members. Both Moustafa Hagag and Ahmed Kamel have gained large popularity over the past couple of years with their video clips and frequent concerts that expand their large fanbase.
Tickets for 13 September concert will be released within coming days through Fawri service. The ticket cost is LE 250 (standard) and LE 500 (for VIP 

Friday 13 September, 8pm
the doors open starting 4pm
El Manara International Conference Centre
El-Moshir Tantawy Axis, New Cairo

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