Egyptian Superstar Hakim To Perform At International Centre on Saturday
Egyptian Superstar Hakim is to Perform Live at the International Centre, Hall 5, in Mississauga, this Saturday at 7:30 PM. The live concert is being organized by the Canadian Pharaohs Group.
Followed by the scond concert in Montreal Sunday December 11, 2022 at L’olympia
He arrived in Toronto earlier this morning and held a meeting with a number of Egyptian community figures.
Hakim is one of the Arab world’s most popular performers. His music — danceable pop that originated from Egyptian traditional music — is called Sha’bi. Sha’bi offers listeners a chance to vent their feelings about love, romance, joy, dreams, and life, — anything that’s worth longing for, laughing, dreaming, and crying about. This is what differentiates Hakim.
Hakim between belief and business flair has sold more than eleven million records, recorded music with James Brown and Stevie Wonder, and was one of a select group of artists (including Lionel Richie, Rihanna, Sharon Stone, Simply Red, and Cat Stevens) invited to attend and perform at the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in November 2006 representing the Arab World.
His appearances go from being amongst international stars (Glorya Gaynor, James Brown) at the World Peace Music Awards in the US to played at major international festivals including the Celebrate Brooklyn Festival, The World Economical Forum in New York (2002) with music legend Quincy Jones and many other international artists like Bono, Lauryn Hill, The Radio City Music Hall with artists such as Elton John.
Canadian Pharaohs Group (CP Group) is a registered Canadian organization founded and managed by a group of Egyptian-Canadian professionals and business leaders. Aiming to connect Egyptian-Canadians with their homeland.
The Concert is promoted by Adrenaline Marketing Agency, Sponsored by: Wahid Girgis Realestate, Calle Cuisine, Masrawy Egyptian Kitchen
Toronto Tickets can be found here.
Montreal tickets can be found here.
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