Discover The Sounds Of Cairo
What's On Abu Dhabi|January 2018

The second edition of this music festival moves to the capital from Dubai

Last January, more than 5,000 music fans descended on Dubai’s Media City Amphitheatre for the Cairo Sound Music Festival. Now, it’s the capital’s turn – the second edition takes place at the du Arena this month.

The one-day festival is part of Yas Island’s massive 2018 calendar of events (head to whatson.ae/abudhabi for more) and features Egyptian singers, musicians and DJs.

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