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