Qawwali Evening in Sydney

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‘Mehfil-e-Qawwali’ is back on popular demand, this time at a bigger and better venue. An ensemble of artists named ‘Fanna-Fi-Allah’ will perform at Bankstown Sports Club Theatre on  March 19, 2017.

The ‘Fanna-Fi-Allah’ has become a leading representation of Sufi Qawwali Music, having performed in many Western countries as well as in India and Pakistan. Key members of the group have spent over 20 years in dedicated study with the masters of this classical artform in Pakistan and in India. The Australian wing of the group, led by founder Tahir Faridi of Canada, will be performing to entertain the South Asian Community of Sydney.

For more information, contact Zahid Jamil on 0411 114 762. Tickets can be bought at:

The organiser, SAMAA (, uses funds raised through such cultural events for offering benevolent services to South Asian Elders of Sydney and regional areas.




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