Singing for love, peace and joy: Nancy Ajram promotes tourism in Egypt this Aug
Last month, Nancy Ajram defied terrorist attacks in Beirut and went ahead with her scheduled concert at the "Eish Al Achrafieh" Festival, which was organized by the Achrafieh Merchants Committee to promote tourism in Lebanon.
Now, the Lebanese singer is promoting tourism in her second fave country: Egypt!
Under the patronage of the Egyptian Minister of Tourism and in the presence of the Mayor of South Sina, Khaled Foudah, Nancy will be holding a grand performance at "Taj Mahal" in Sharm El Sheikh.
An optimistic Nancy wants everyone to know that Egypt is "in good hands" and life is prospering in it.
“Where there's a celebration of joy, optimism and life, I'll be there and happy to perform. Egypt is very dear to me like children are to their mother. With great joy I tell the world ‘Egypt will always be dear to us all’,” said the songstress.
Performing alongside the starlet on Aug 1 is international DJ Henry Fonda, who has mixed a number of unique tracks especially for the event.
And the Lebanese lush is defo looking forward to the concert: “I'm counting the days by the minute with great anticipation to meet Egypt and its guests in Sharm El Sheikh. I will be very happy to be with everyone and assure them that ‘Egypt will always be dear to us all.’”
Nancy added, “At every special occasion and concert I say that we will always love life and call for peace. I'm sending a special invitation to everyone who loves Egypt and wishes it security, to attend the concert on Aug 1 and sing together for life, peace, love, and harmony, which are feelings we get when visiting Egypt. I consider myself an Egyptian and will be very happy to be with my fans and family on that day.”
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