Mada is about more than publishing on our website. Offline, we take part in community building, spreading knowledge and promoting young talent from artists, brands and organizations.
As such, we design and produce diverse series of events ranging from concerts and conferences to markets and parties. Whatever the field, we put quality first while still ensuring that our events are affordable.
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Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any inquiry or if you wish to attend, partner or sponsor one of our events.
The annual Mada Market event builds and expands our online community, offline by means of discovery, knowledge exchange and fun through an all-day lifestyle event unlike any other in Cairo.
The Mada Market offers our guests a free, unparalleled opportunity to shop, view and sample the latest undiscovered styles in locally sourced food, fashion, and nutrition services, while engaging with new artists and actors on the scene.
Each event is curated with live pop-up performances from Egypt’s thriving independent cultural scene.
Special activities are planned for children of all ages.
The Mada team are always around to engage with all of you.
Taking place in Downtown Cairo’s iconic After Eight club, Mada Masr hosts a happy hour/networking/dance party. Each month we give a local or regional artist the platform to curate a custom playlist.
So far we’ve had cartoonist JF Andeel, Like Jelly frontman Youssef Atwan, standup comedian Rami Boraie, writer and DJ Habiba Effat, rapper Deeb, Dandin's Abdel-Rahman Hussein, DJ Sama AbdulHadi (aka Skywalker), artist Kinda Hassan, musician Nadah El Shazly, environmentalist, Noor Noor, journalist Passant Rabie, and musician Omar Foda.
Most of our live concerts take place at the idyllic Swiss Club garden.
Bashar Farran during his set with Maurice Louca.
Abdallah Meniawy making a guest appearance during Maurice Louca's performance.
Mada organizes various conferences and talks dealing with political, cultural, economic and society issues. This conference, the Sounds of Stories, was organized in 2014 at Rawabet Theater in Downtown Cairo.