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Art Alert: Cairokee concert during anti-Morsi protests outside Ittihadiya palace

As anti-Morsi protesters are expected to fill the streets en masse in front of the Ittihadiya palace, Egyptian rock band Cairokee is set to play at 5pm

Ahram Online, Monday 1 Jul 2013
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Cairokee to perform in front of Itihadiya presidential palace (Photo: Cairokee's Facebook page)
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Cairokee band will perform Monday near the Ittihadiya presidential palace, joining what are expected to be massive demonstrations that began on Sunday aiming to unseat the Muslim Brotherhood-fielded President Morsi.

The band tweeted that " we will join the Egyptian people at Ittihadiya."

The band is famous for their many political songs since the Jan 25 Revolution and have performed many times in several sit-ins.

Well-known rapper, Zap Tharwat tweets that in support, he will join the band in the performance.

Programme:
Monday, 1 July, 5pm
In front of Ittihidaya presidential palace
Heliopolis, Cairo

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