Swedish singer, songwriter and music producer of Lebanese origin, Maher Zain is arguably the biggest name in the Islamic Music genre. Maher Zain has released three al-
bums with Awakening Records, Thank You Al- lah (2009), Forgive Me (2012) and One (2016).
videos of his songs have exceeded 1.8 billion views. With more than 26 million fans, Maher is the most popular Muslim artist on Facebook and the most viewed Muslim artist on YouTube.
International humanitarian charity, Penny Appeal, introduces an Evening with Maher Zain. The world famous singer and songwriter will be performing at three formal dinners exclusively for Penny Appeal. The live events are taking place in London on the 25th of November, Birmingham on the 26th, concluding in Manchester on the 27th of November.
Maher Zain is an international sensation with many of his songs exceeding over 20 million views on YouTube. His songs inspire and entertain whilst sending a message of peace and hope to his listeners.
This award winning, faith-inspired, artist will perform some of his best loved songs in three intimate settings. The evenings will also include a live interview with Maher Zain, an ideal opportunity to get to know the man behind the music. Select tickets will entitle guests a chance of a lifetime meet and greet with Maher himself.
Tickets start at £25 each and all the proceeds will go towards the aid of orphans and vulnerable children across the world.
Aamer Naeem, Chief Executive Officer for Penny Appeal in Wakefield, said: “Maher Zain is bringing people together to enjoy music, enjoy a three course dinner, and fundraise for a worthwhile cause at the same time. We are honoured to be hosting him at these exclusive events.
It is sometimes easy to lose hope with the destitution and poverty across the world, but here at Penny Appeal, alongside Maher Zain, we hope to inspire change for the future, and give faith back to children across the world who need it now, more than ever.”
The event is in aid of orphans and vulnerable children and money raised will be going towards our Orphan Programmes worldwide.