Get ready to embark on a thrilling journey through Cairo’s vibrant entertainment scene next month, as an array of captivating events await! From mesmerizing concerts to an inspiring photography festival, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Let’s dive into the details of the biggest events happening in Cairo this February.
Celebrating 100 Years of the Legendary “Um Kalthoum” at the Grand Egyptian Museum
Immerse in the timeless legacy of Arabic music, commemorating 100 years of the legendary Um Kalthoum. Known as the “Star of the Orient,” Um Kalthoum’s songs have touched hearts around the world, and now it’s time to celebrate her extraordinary contributions.
On 21 February 2024, witness the grandest concert ever presented to the Arab world at the prestigious Grand Egyptian Museum. In this momentous event, people will experience the magic of Um Kalthoum’s iconic songs like never before.
With a formal dress code, people will be part of a historic celebration while choosing from a range of ticket options, including Royal, Elite, Diamond Front, Diamond, and Pearl, ensuring a seat that suits everyone’s preferences. To secure tickets for this unforgettable evening, visit TicketsMarche. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to pay homage to the true legend of Arabic music.
Hamza Namira New Album Release Concert at Zed Park
Prepare to be swept away by the enchanting melodies of the superstar Hamza Namira at the largest winter concert, Raiq Album Concert, in Zed Park – Sheikh Zayed. Set to take place on Friday, 9 February 2024.
Hamza Namira, a renowned Egyptian singer and songwriter, will grace the stage with his soulful voice and heartfelt lyrics. With ticket options ranging from Regular Standing to VIP Seated, there’s a perfect spot for every music enthusiast. Plus, in a beautiful act of solidarity, a portion of the ticket price will be donated to the Red Crescent Foundation, supporting our brothers and sisters in Palestine.
To book tickets and secure a place at this extraordinary concert, visit TicketsMarche. Remember, the park opens at 2 PM, while the concert doors open at 6 PM. The eagerly awaited performance will commence at 8 PM and conclude at 10 PM.
Fujifilm Photography Festival: Capturing Moments, Unleashing Creativity
Calling all photography enthusiasts! Get ready for a four-day extravaganza at the Fujifilm Egypt Festival this February. From 1 February to 4 February, people will have the chance to immerse themselves in a world of artistry, meetups, and inspiring talks at Cairo’s 3 El-Fad Street in the Abdeen neighborhood.
The festival offers a plethora of activities, including a captivating photography contest and exhibition where enthusiasts can witness stunning visual masterpieces. Furthermore, guests will have the chance to network and meet renowned Fujifilm X-Photographers and Creators, gaining insights and inspiration from their expertise.
The Al-Nour Wal Amal Orchestra Event at the Gomhouria Theatre: Symphony of Light and Hope
Prepare to witness an awe-inspiring performance by the Al-Nour Wal Amal Orchestra, an ensemble composed entirely of blind women. On Thursday, 1 February 2024, at 8 PM, head to the Gomhouria Theatre for an evening that celebrates the indomitable spirit of these talented musicians.
Through their remarkable musical performances, these extraordinary women have defied societal expectations, showcasing their immense skill and dedication. Their harmonies transcend the boundaries of sight, leaving audiences mesmerized and fostering inclusivity through the universal language of music.
Under the baton of Maestro Dr. Tamer Fahmy, the Symphony of Al-Nour Wal Amal Orchestra will take people on a journey of pure joy and inspiration. To secure your tickets, ranging from 85 EGP to 100 EGP, please visit Tazkarti.
Witness firsthand how these women have created light from darkness and turned music into a powerful force of hope!
With a diverse range of events spanning music, art, and culture, Cairo is poised to captivate audiences of all ages and backgrounds this February. From the soul-stirring melodies of Hamza Namira to the grand celebration of Um Kalthoum’s 100th anniversary, these events promise to leave a lasting impression.