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Your Guide to all the Lit Concerts Happening This Valentine’s

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If you and your partner aren’t the cheesy kind who despises overpriced fancy food at big restaurants and are looking to spend a chill night with one another dancing and singing your hearts out, then check the below list of all the lit concerts happening on Valentine’s day!

Haifa Wehbe and Wael Jassar valentine Concert

 

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Valentines Festival

Valentines Festival concert on the 14th of February at the Cairo international stadium with the stars Tamer Hosny, Nancy Ajram, Wael Jassar, Bahaa Sultan & Ahmed Shiba.

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Strawberry Swing @GrandNileTower hotel

SUNSET SHOW

Strawberry Swing is the first acknowledged Coldplay tribute band in the Middle East. They received a tweet from the official Cold play’s twitter account expressing how they would love to come to Egypt, and inviting people to attend Strawberry Swing’s first show at Grand Nile Tower hotel.

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Black Theama

 

The Egyptian boy band Black Theama will perform at Sawy Cultural wheel.

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Tap West: “Valentine Shmalentine” Ft. DJunkie

For lighter events and for the not so romantic ones, the Tap West is bringing DJunkie with his groovy beats for a cherub free-zone that will have you forget all about your love-aches.

Mixtape of Luv ft. BubbleGum Kollectiv (90’s Flashback) @CJC

CJC will celebrate Valentine’s this year the old school way with some of the 90’s cheesiest love/pop songs, so feel free to dress up in your most 90’s outfit.

Get your group ready to be hit with nostalgic tunes and great vibes!

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Pepsi Teams Up With Global Citizen For An Epic Virtual Concert

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Brands and entities across the world are doing their fair share of good by giving back to their communities in a time like this! Some brands are also striving to keep us all entertained at home, with many virtual experiences that are now available during the quarantine!

Global Citizen and Pepsi have partnered for one epic night, international live streamed event will shed the light on healthcare workers and amplify the efforts of organizations that are providing aid to those affected by the pandemic.

Organized by the one and only Lady Gaga, the festival promises performances from Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, Billie Eilish and Lizzo, as well as appearances from non-musicians like David Beckham!

The event will air digitally on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Yahoo, Twitch, Amazon Prime Video, Apple Music, Alibaba, LiveXLive, Tencent, Tidal and TuneIn.

“If you’re committed to staying home, we’re committed to bringing you the show of a lifetime. Pepsi is proud to partner with Global Citizen for a night packed with your favorite stars to recognize and celebrate the heroic efforts of health workers in the fight against COVID-19.” Pepsi wrote on Facebook.

 

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Egypt Launches New Initiative to Explore the Ancient Land

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Have you guys ever found deep interest in the ancient land of Kemet that is known as Egypt today? Growing up, some of you might have had vivid dreams of becoming an archaeologist some day.

Egypt specifically is one of the hottest spots for archaeology till this very day. It is no new news that we keep finding ancient artifacts, mummies, and tombs to learn more about. You might think that your dream of becoming an archaeologist might be over due to the coronavirus pandemic, but needless to worry, because we have some amazing news for you history lovers!

Fortunate for us, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has decided to commence launching tours for the country’s most intricate and historical archaeological land sites as well as museums to allow visitors to view and enjoy the ancient heritage all the way from home! Isn’t that cool?

The tours will be guided by the most professional tour guides as well as archaeologists in town which shows that the experience will be an amazing one, indeed. For those of you who are interested, you’ll find more details as well as these guided tours on the Ministry’s website and various social media platforms.

The slogan to this newfound initiative is “Experience Egypt from Home. Stay home. Stay safe.”  This is all a part of the Ministry’s genuine efforts to allow people to explore and visit the ancient Egyptian civilization all the way from home in these rough times.

Since the beginning of the Coronavirus outbreak, Egyptian’s tourism levels have decreased tremendously which is why this is a hopeful method of trying to gain back our tourists as well as locals. Believe it or not, Egypt is one of the first countries to think of such an interesting idea to start things up again.

The first tour that will be granted to you is a deep look inside the Menna Tomb in Theban Necropolis, one of Egypt’s oldest lands. This is in cooperation with the ARCE, the American Research Center in Cairo.

We hope you all find this initiative quite exciting and intriguing, don’t forget to visit the website for more information on your virtual tour! Stay safe, folks!

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Ministry of Culture x Cairo Opera House Making Sure You Stay Home Entertained

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As part of the efforts exerted in encouraging people to stay at home, the Ministry of Culture has launched the online initiative “Stay at home … Culture is between your hands.”

The initiative is launched in collaboration with Cairo Opera House, which will provide the audience with plays, musical performances, ballets, and even films available for streaming online.

“The initiative aims to broadcast anecdotes about the archives of national, contemporary and traditional creativity on the YouTube channel of the Ministry of Culture and its different social media accounts.” Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem said.

With that being said, expect the following this week!

Fine Arts Museum displays its holdings online

The Fine Arts Museum will “will bring the museum right to your doorstep” through their official Facebook page.

“My Heritage Visual Arts” contest

Art enthusiasts will still be able to apply for the fifth edition of “My Heritage” contest for photography and plastic arts, which highlights the architectural and urban elements of Cairo.

“Read with us” initiative

The Supreme Council of Culture, headed by Hisham Azmy, will also organize several online cultural events, including a series of Arab cultural episodes entitled “Read with us.”

Omar Khairat Concert

As for the concerts that will be held! It was just announced that the legendary pianist Omar Khairat will perform live on Thursday the 26th at 9:00 PM. The online concert will be held on the official YouTube channel of the Ministry of Culture.

An Umm Kulthum’s Hologram Concert was held online last night and you can still stream it on their YouTube channel.

Expect more plays and concerts to be announced soon, all for you to stay safe and stay home.

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