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Pick A Street Releases Awesome Video And Musical Lineup For This Weekend

Last weekend, Pick A Street filled the streets from Tagamo3 to Zamalek, capturing all the action in an awesome video. Hitting the streets once again this weekend, find out where you can catch some of the best local talents in some of Cairo's most iconic locations.

Last weekend, the streets of Tagamo3, Zamalek, and Mohandeseen were taken over by a slew of talented musicians looking to help raise money for the NGO, Waslet Kheir, who are on a mission to help children regain their hearing. From the amazing Shady Ahmed and Hassan Ramzy to El No Talents and Amy Frega, the streets were filled with sweet sounds that were memorable for any music fan.

If you missed it, don’t fret; an amazing video by Peace Cake Production captured all the action last weekend, and even sweeter is that this weekend they plan on doing it all again with different artist in different districts. As sponsorship partners, you can rest assured that we will once again be on the scene posting all the action on our Instagram this weekend. 

Pick A Street Week 1 Recap

Here's a glimpse of what went down last weekend when we hit the streets and did what we love doing the most, all while helping children in need! #PickAStreetده اللي حصل لما نزلنا الشارع و عملنا أكثر حاجة بنحبها علشان نساعد غيرنا. #اخترلك_شارع #وصلة_خير

Posted by ‎اخترلك شارع - Pick A Street‎ on Wednesday, April 6, 2016

 

On Thursday, two performances are scheduled to take place between 7 PM – 9 PM in the bustling Wust el Balad. Bringing their unique sounds to the Downtown Cairo streets will be Orchestra El Berengan and Osama El Hady.

On Friday, Pick A Street moves on over to Heliopolis with three awesome performance starting from around 5 PM – 9 PM, featuring the musical stylings of Abu, Khayal Band, and Omar Emara.

On Saturday, the street music continues, heading on over to Maadi for three acts that will stop any appreciator of the musical arts in their tracks. From 5 PM – 9 PM, Maadi will be taken over by the beloved Danny Malak, followed by the uber-talented Hany Mustafa. Closing out the weekend in the bounciest of ways is the none other than the popular Young Pharoz.

Each day, the acts will be moving to three different streets in each district. If you are interested in catching all the action, check out their Facebook or Instagram, and stay up-to-date with latest by following #‏وصلة_خير and #‎PickAStreet. Once again, the main goal is to raise money for children with hearing impairments, and if you can’t make it out this weekend you can always send a donation from home.

For more information on this wonderful initiative check out our feature article by clicking here.