El Waili, Donia Wael, Zaid Khaled and Idreesi Head to London for Special Showcase

The MENA music scene is home to a wealth of untapped potential, with a colorful stylistic variety that paints a rich tapestry of experimental sounds that showcase the evolving dynamics of the Arab identity. Breaking barriers and tackling societal issues, the region’s upcoming artists are coming out of the underground thirsty for a taste of the global stage. Finally, this thirst is being quenched with four of the region’s most promising talents set to play a UK debut concert in London.

Egypt’s El Waili and Donia Wael will be joined by their Jordanian counterparts Idreesi and Zaid Khaled for a special showcase at the East London Rich Mix Art’s Center for a night of both integrated and solo sets. The show comes as part of a collaboration between the charitable Bagri Foundation and MARSM— an events agency that promotes Arab music and culture across the UK.

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