Tamer Hosny Opens Jordanian Crown Prince’s Wedding

Raghda Salah Embaby

Tamer Hosny, the famous Egyptian singer, will perform at the wedding of Jordan’s Crown Prince. This event celebrates love, culture, and unity. It shows how music can bring nations together and break barriers.


The wedding ceremony of The Crown Prince of Jordan, His Royal Highness Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II, to Rajwa Khalid Al-Saif, will take place at the Amman International Stadium in the Sports City on the 29th of this month. Tamer Hosny will not be the only Egyptian performer, Ahmed Saad will have his share too. Among other singers like Ragheb Alama, Diana Karazon, and Zain Awad.

The ceremony in which Tamer Hosny will perform, will commence at 8:00 PM on Monday, May 29th, and is open to all Jordanian citizens and Arab nationals residing in the Kingdom of Jordan. It is considered the largest wedding ever in the world. Entry is free you only have to register on a dedicated website for the event. Free shuttle buses will be available too.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Queen Rania Al Abdullah (@queenrania)

The choice of Tamer Hosny to open the Jordanian Crown Prince’s wedding was not only a reflection of his popularity but also a recognition of his dedication to his craft and his ability to deliver unforgettable performances. His inclusion in such a momentous occasion further highlights the role that artists play in shaping and enhancing important events.

Next: Egyptians Can Open Bank Accounts Without Minimum Deposit

Listen to Lovin Cairo’s podcast from here 

Watch Lovin Cairo show full episode from here

Next: Egyptian Kid Invents Robotic Cinema Chair With Autistic Conditions


See more

More like this