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Win! Two Tickets to See Sami Yusuf Live!

Win! Two Tickets to See Sami Yusuf Live!
written by
Cairo 360

Cairo is buzzing about this much-anticipated concert, and Cairo 360
wants to send you and a friend to see Sami Yusuf live in concert!

Dubbed by Time Magazine as ‘Islam’s Biggest Rock Star’, British Iranian
singer Sami Yusuf has sold millions of records and sold out world tours with
his touching, spiritual songs. Sung both in Arabic and English, Yusuf’s music
has a universal appeal and has led him to be named among the world’s 500 Most
Influential Muslims. His Cairo concert is part of his world tour for his latest
album Where Ever You Are.

Our friends at Tazkarty are giving away two platinum
tickets worth 400LE each
to see the British-Iranian singer perform
live at the Gezirah Youth Center. Following a five-year hiatus since his last
album, this incredibly popular musician, composer and multi-instrumentalist
should definitely not be missed.

Yusuf is no stranger to Cairo, having left a few years in the city to study Arabic after releasing his first
official album, Al-Mu’allim, which went on to
sell two million copies worldwide. It was his second album My Ummah that really propelled Yusuf into global recognition,
though; and it went on to sell and incredible four million copies.

Sami Yusuf will be the first international
artist to perform in post-revolution Egypt, and the events of January 25th
inspired him to write his song ‘I’m Your Hope’, dedicated to youth around the

So, for a
chance to see him at the Gezira Youth Centre on June 11th to mark
the release of his third album Where Ever You Are, all you have to do
is answer this simple question: How many years
did Sami Yusuf live in Egypt for?

Send your answers to,
including your full name and contact details. The competition ends at midnight
on June 7th, 2011; so hurry up and send your answers in! Terms and conditions apply.
For more information on concert tickets, visit Tazkarty or call 0198887326 / 0198887325 / 0185002664.