nspired by the al-jil (Egyptian pop music) of Hamid el-Shaeri, Ehab Tawfik has been performing in his homeland for more than a quarter of a century. His greatest exposure came, on February 26, 2001, when he performed for 50,000 people at a benefit concert to raise funds for Iraqis who were maimed during the Gulf War in Baghdad. He is seen as one of the top singers in the Arab world.
How will I get my seat number?
Tickets purchased for this concert are allocated on a first come first served basis. The earlier you book your tickets, the better seats you will be allocated.
On completion of your order, you will be presented with your E Ticket. This E-ticket must be presented at the venue box office on the day, where your actual seat number and location will be given to you.
Where possible, tickets purchased within the same transaction will be seated together in the best possible seats for your group size.
Tickets booked separately may not be seated together on the performance day.