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The Stars

The Stars  –  Mohammed Assaf & Omar Alabdallat

► DATE:  12/31/2021, New Year’s Eve  •  TIME:  8:30 pm – 2:00 am

► Copernicus Center Doors Open:  7 pm  •  Theater Doors:  8 pm VIP / 8:30 pm general  •  Ages 18 & up

 Mohammed Assaf & Omar Alabdallat Tickets

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Tickets:  $135 to $350 
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Mohammed Assaf & Omar AlabdallatSpend New Year’s Eve with Mohammed Assaf & Omar Alabdallat in Chicago at the Copernicus Center.

About Mohammed Assaf

Mohammed Assaf (Arabic: محمد عساف‎; born 1 September 1989) is a Palestinian pop singer well known for being the winner of the second season of Arab Idol, broadcast by the MBC network. He was given the nickname Asaroukh (“The Rocket”) by Lebanese singer and Arab Idol judge Ragheb Alama. In 2013, Assaf was named a goodwill ambassador for peace by The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA). He was also named ambassador of culture and arts by the Palestinian government and was offered a position with “diplomatic standing” by the Palestinian president Mahmood Abbas. Assaf’s story is the basis of the 2015 movie, The Idol.   [Source: Wikipedia]

About Omar Alabdallat

Omar Alabdillat (Al-Abdillat) is a Jordanian singer-songwriter credited with popularizing Bedouin music. He has produced and/or performed a number of the most famous Jordanian patriotic standards, including “Hashimi, Hashimi” and “Jeishana” in addition to traditional Jordanian songs. Wikipedia





Event Producer/Promoter

Alkeif Entertainment  –  Website

This event is a Theater Rental.
    • Please contact the event’s producer/promoter with additional question.



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Our Box Office is open two hours before each ticketed event & (beginning 9/27/21) Monday – Friday 10 am – 2 pm. For Ticket & Box Office inquiries please call 773-205-0044 or email [email protected]

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