Mark your calendars, light up that Cigar, and get ready for one hell of an Indigo Night.
Back in the homeland for an encore performance following his 2019 debut concert in Egypt, the internationally acclaimed Belgian-Egyptian artist Tamino is set to take the stage this September 22nd at the American University in Cairo’s Tahrir campus in a concert organized by Cairo Jazz Club and Fada Arts.
The Belgian-Egyptian singer-songwriter rose to the global indie scene in 2017 with his hit single 'Habibi'. Since then, Tamino has garnered popularity, awards, and international acclaim with his unique evocative vocals and hauntingly beautiful lyricism. As the grandson of Egyptian singer and movie star Muharram Fouad, known as ‘The Voice of The Nile’ during the Golden Age of Egyptian cinema, Tamino comes from a musically prestigious lineage.
Tickets for the concert will be sold on Ticketsmarche, with Early Bird tickets going on sale this Wednesday, August 30th for EGP 500 and regular tickets priced at EGP 700. Doors open at 6 PM with an opening act at 8 PM, before Tamino takes the stage at 9 PM.
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