Kickstarting this year with a series of performances that celebrate women in the music industry, D-CAF is bringing a line up of talented women from all over the world. With artists like Samira Said from Morocco, Pink Oculus from the Netherlands, Elbi from France and Shahira Welna Elkhatira from Egypt. Honoring women’s creative strength and independence, the concert which features women hailing from different ethnicities and background, is set to take place at Al-Azhar Park.
Tickets are 150 EGP, 30% off and will be from 5 PM to 7 PM.
Born and raised in Beirut, New York based Jazz pianist, Tarek Yamani creates a style he calls, Afro Tarab. His music seeks to bring together two cultures and their creative heritages through African-American Jazz. Out of Nations is a band that aspires to bring people together in what unites them the most, and that is their humanity. While the band members all carry difference passports, they are connected in their humanity and on a musical level. Visuals will be created to match the Middle Eastern and Latin inspired electro-acoustic grooves. Al Sawareekh are an Egyptian band that are on the way up the musical ladder, having released mahraganat track "La’La’" in 2017.
The event will take place at the GrEEK Campus on the 16th of March at 8 PM
There’s going to be a whole hell of a lot of noise over at the GrEEK Campus on the 22nd of March with an intercontinental lineup of some of the most rhythmically talented musicians this side of the hemisphere. French-Lebanese contemporary connoisseur Bachar Mar-Khalifé along with dastardly US DJ’s Teklife, DJ Tay and TASO go head to head with 100 Copies; Egypt’s premier mahraganat talent Islam Chipsy and Sadat, as well as BIT-TUNER. Last but not least, Andro EL Hawy & El Sweasy. Contemporary, jazz, alternative, indie and electronic are coming together for a mad mix of melodies.
The event will take place at the GrEEK Campus at 8 PM on the 22nd of March.