Egyptian underground band Massar Egbari will perform live at the Roman Amphitheater, in Alexandria, Egypt, on Wednesday, August 10.
They are set to present several of their popular and latest songs.
The concert will start at 08:00 PM (Cairo local time).
The concert is held as a part of the Summer Festival for Music and Singing in Alexandra.
The summer festival will take place at the open-air arena from August 5-10 after three years of absence.
It will be headlined by many prominent singers including Mohamed Mohsen and Dina El-Wedidi.
The festival is organized by Cairo Opera House and is held in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities.
Massar Egbari, which means “Compulsory Detour”, was founded in 2005 and consists of Ayman Massoud, Hany El Dakkak, Ahmed Hafez, Tamer Attallah, and Mahmoud Siam.
The band tackles social problems with their music and inserts a mix of Alternative Egyptian Music and blends rock, jazz, and blues with some Oriental music.
In 2011, The band was honored by UNESCO in Paris.