Egyptian band Cairokee to hold a concert on 23 December

Ahram Online , Thursday 16 Dec 2021

Popular Egyptian rock band Cairokee will be holding a concert on Thursday 23 December at Sheikh Zayed City’s Zed Park, in West of Cairo.


The concert’s ticket prices vary between 300 and 650 Egyptian pounds.

Cairokee are expected to perform a selection of their memorised repertoire that cover a range of social topics.

Founded in 2003, the band’s first big success came in early 2011 with their hit single ‘Sowt El-Horreya’ (‘The Voice of Freedom’) before expanding their wider fan-base with successive releases.

Cairokee cemented their popularity with a number of albums, including ‘El-Sekka Shemal’ (‘An Indecent Path’), ‘Naas Wi Naas’ (‘People and People’), and ‘No’ta Beida’ (‘Drop of White’), in addition to their latest ‘Abna’a Al-Battah Al-Sawda’a’ (‘The Ugly Ducklings’).

The band is among the most popular music artists in Egypt.

Thursday 23 December, at 8pm
Zed Park Sheikh Zayed, El-Horeya Street, 6 of October City

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