Saudi singer Mohammed Abdu
Tickets for the legendary Saudi singer Mohammed Abdu, feted as “Fanan Al Arab” (Artist of the Arabs) for the "Hala Khorfakkan" season have sold out in record time. The management of Khorfakkan Amphitheatre, an affiliate of the Sharjah Government Media Bureau, announced that tickets for the much awaited concert and season finale were completely sold out in less than 6 hours. The iconic singer is scheduled to perform on the evening of March 12th.
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The Saudi artist is performing for the first time in the architectural masterpiece that is the Khorfakkan Amphitheatre. The UAE audiences are looking forward to sing with one of the pioneers of Gulf and Arab music. With an extraordinary career spanning several decades, Abdu has left an indelible mark on the music scene in the region. Many of his songs have been part of the collective memory of the region and he counts millions amongst his fans across the Arab world.
The UAE audience are in for a treat as Abdu headlines a night of authentic Gulf music and melodies performing at the Khorfakkan Amphitheatre, the new cultural destination in the city known as the Bride of East Coast.
Abdu is known for such iconic songs as “Abaad,” “Places", "Night oh night" and "Amazing".
The enthusiastic response to Mohammed Abdu's concert as the finale of “Hala Khorfakkan” season reflects the growing demand for authentic Gulf Arab music and the magic of his melodies in the region.
The successful “Hala Khorfakkan” season starring top singers and artists from across the Arab world further strengthens the cultural and artistic profile of the Emirate of Sharjah. The Khorfakkan Amphitheatre management is keen to raise the artistic sensibilities in the region and encourage cultural tourism.
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