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Art Alert: Tamer Hosni in a concert in New Alamein

Hosni will be accompanied by Andre Reyes' Gipsy Kings band and together they will merge some of their songs

Eslam Omar , Thursday 29 Aug 2019
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Tamer Hosni, one of Egypt’s most popular pop stars, will hold a summer concert on Friday 30 August at the Music Arena of Al-Masa New Alamein hotel in the North coast.

"… celebrating 15 years anniversary of my first single album," the 42-year-old artist has stated through his official social media urging his fans to attend.

Hosni will be accompanied by Andre Reyes' Gipsy Kings band and together they will merge some of their songs.

Hosni's last album 'Eish Bshouak' (Live with Passion) released in 2018, receiving tens of millions views on YouTube, and featured many singers like Algerian Rai legend Khaled.

The actor missed Adha Feast season changing the name of his film to El-Feloos 'Money' instead of 'Happy Holiday' and it is being prepared for screening soon.

Last summer, the busy artist’s romantic comedy movie 'El-Badla', which featured the successful comedian Akram Hosni, was a box-office record-breaker.

As New Alamein city is witnessing a lot of establishments lately, many big music events have been held there lately including one for American Jennifer Lynn Lopez.

Programme:                   
Friday 30 August
of Al-Masa New Alamein hotel

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