Famed Egyptian band Cairokee will perform a massive concert in the Jordanian capital, Amman, on Thursday, May 24 – A photo complied by Egypt Today.
CAIRO – 20 May 2018: Famed Egyptian band Cairokee will perform a massive concert in the Jordanian capital, Amman, on Thursday, May 24. This will be their first Ramadan concert.
The most famous underground Egyptian band also performed a grand concert at Cairo Festival City Mall on May 11. The concert that achieved a booming success was organised by Cairokee under their very own brand for the first time, with a main theme: “Cairokee Empire”.
“You are invited to Cairokee’s biggest concert yet, where you will enjoy the band’s famous songs in a dazzling setting on an unparalleled scale,” stated the band’s event on Facebook.
This concert was the first in a series of planned, self-organized concerts, which Cairokee is expected to perform over the upcoming period. “These guys are here to make you rock all night long. So Get Ready,” the event read on Facebook.
Cairokee is one of the most successful bands in Egypt; they are well-known for their folk and indie rock music, as well as their lyrics that tackle social and political issues in the country. The band was founded in 2003, but their hit "Soot al-Horreya" (Voice of Freedom), which they launched online in 2011, took them to another level of fame and placed them among pop stars.
The band released their latest album this past summer by the name “No'ta Beida” (White Dot), which has gone viral and achieved millions of views on YouTube. The whole album was filmed as music videos in a single location, except for their track “El Dinosaur”. The album was made in their style along with different twists that their audience were not used to, but was well-received.