Not to be missed: Music events during Eid Al-Fitr across Egypt

Ahram Online , Friday 12 Apr 2024

Eid Al-Fitr (10-12 April) will see numerous not-to-be-missed events in Cairo, Ain Sokhna, and El Gouna.

Not to miss


Amr Diab

Wednesday 10 April, 7 pm
Cubix - El Gouna

Amr Diab will take the stage in El Gouna, with his timeless music transcending borders and generations.

His concert in Cubix is not the singer's first appearance in El Gouna.

The Egyptian icon’s last album Makanak (Your Place) was released in December 2023.



Mathame AV Show

Wednesday 10 April, 9 pm
Palm Beach - Ain Sokhna

Italian musical duo Mathame, composed of Matteo and Amedeo Giovanelli, will present an audiovisual (AV) show to create an immersive visual experience that complements and enhances their live music performance. 

Mathame previously showcased their AV show during a performance last summer on the North Coast.



Umm Kalthoum Puppet Show

Thursday 11 April, 6 pm and 8 pm
El-Sawy Culturewheel, 26 July Street, Zamalek, Cairo

El-Sawy Culturewheel Puppet Theatre show revives the concerts of legendary singer Umm Kalthoum, performing two of her most famous songs. 

Directed by Mohamed El-Sawy, the show will include known songs of Umm Kalthoum such as Ya Msaharny (ٌYou Keep Me Awake) and Hayart Alby (You Confused My Heart).



Oscar and the Wolf

Thursday 11 April, 6 pm
The Giza Pyramids - Giza

Oscar and the Wolf, with lead singer Max Colombie, combines elements of electronic music, pop, and indie rock.

This concert marks the Belgian artist's first performance by the Pyramids.

“I’ve been obsessed with this place since I was a little kid. I’m so honored to be amongst the very few that are allowed to perform here,” the artist wrote on his Instagram page. 




Room Art Space and Café
10 Etihad Al-Mohamin, Garden City, Cairo

Cairopathix is a hard rock band, based in Cairo, created in 2018.

The band comprises lead singer Sherif Tantawy, lead guitarist Mohammed Selim, keyboardist and songwriter Nour Eldeen Khaled, rhythm guitarist Hassan Araby, drummer Marwan Mahmoud, and bassist Mostafa Nazir.



Olympe, Ashmawy & Yo-lan-da

Thursday 11 April, 9 pm
Palm Beach - Ain Sokhna

Ain Sokhna will feature the music of the Italian DJ Olympe, with Ashmawy and Yo-lan-da playing their sets in the closing performances.

Olympe emerged onto the music scene in 2018, captivating audiences with her ability to evoke emotions through deep synthesizers and enchanting beats.



Amr Hassan

Friday 12 April, 3:30 pm and 7 pm
El-Sawy Culturewheel, 26 July Street, Zamalek, Cairo

Specializing in Arabic folk music, Amr Hassan will have two consecutive performances. 

Hassan has produced numerous anthologies, showcasing his talents as both a musician and a poet.




Friday 12 April, 9 pm
Room Art Space and Café, the Spot Mall, in front of AUC Gate 4, New Cairo

Accordionist Hany Shenouda leads this famous Egyptian pop band of the 70s.

Band members include lead singers Mona El-Attar, Tina Adly, Seif Khaled, Youssef Hassan (bass guitar), Youssef Mustafa (electric guitar), Moataz El-Araby (drums), and Rowaida Abu-Zeid (percussion). 



Stephan Bodzin

Friday 12 April, 5 pm
The Giza Pyramids - Giza

The German DJ and producer, highly regarded for his innovative approach to production, has been prominent in the global techno scene for years.



One Tribe

Friday 12 April, 9 pm
Cubix - El Gouna

For the first time in Egypt, One Tribe's Ameme, Laolu, and Nenahalena will perform live in El Gouna. 

As a group of diverse musicians, One Tribe brings a special blend of music known as "Organic Trance."

Joining them on stage will be the Egyptian DJ Abou Samra.


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