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Venue change announced, Lekhfa now performing at Liverpool's Kazimier Gardens tomorrow night (Free entry)

by Khyle Deen. Published Mon 23 Apr 2018 14:38, last updated: 23/04/18

Now moved to the Kazimier Gardens, MARSM and LAAF (Liverpool Arab Arts Festival) present a captivating free concert by Lekhfa, one of the most enticing musical projects that’s pushing the boundaries of Egypt’s burgeoning alternative music scene.

This is your chance to see three of the biggest names in the alternative Arabic music scene perform on one stage, for FREE. Lucky for you, the concert starts right after the Liverpool game, so come bring your friends and celebrate the best way possible!

Lekhfa
Lekhfa is the brainchild of Maryam Saleh, Maurice Louca and Tamer Abu Ghazaleh, three legendary musicians who came of age in 1990s Cairo. Decades later, each having paved their way through the alternative Arabic music scene, have united to create a stunning new album that gives birth to an off-kilter sound of beats, grit and resistance. The Cairo delegates, teetering on the edges of Egyptian shaabi, electro-shaabi, pop and psychedelia, are backed by anything from oud and buzuq lute to slide guitars, drums, beat loops and electronica. A rapturous combination of extraordinary musical talent and creativity, their stunning works intertwine around the dystopian poems of their contemporary Mido Zoheir, one of the most celebrated Egyptian poets of their generation.

Time: 9:30pm

Entry is free to all with suggested donation of £5.

Kazimier Garden is wheelchair accessible and open to all ages.

Lekhfa’s UK tour has been made possible with the support of Arts Council England.

www.marsm.co.uk
www.artscouncil.org.uk



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