Under the patronage of the Lebanese Minister of Tourism, the Felucca Festival is taking place in Byblos from 7th-9th July. The event will include free felucca trips, live entertainment, fishing trips, street food, water sports, shopping, kids’ activities, and nightly museum visits.
Keeping the tradition alive, Jounieh shuts down the streets in the middle of the city for food courts, fun activities, and music every year. This weekend, Chady Bassar electrifies the stage on July 8. On Sunday, expect a Flashmob Dance by Lyne Gandour, followed by Best of Beats, to keep you dancing until midnight.
Starring Fouad Yammine and Cynthia Karam, this play will be performed until July 23rd at Le Monot Theatre. In a Beirut apartment, a retired couple anticipates their son’s arrival, engaging in thoughtful conversations, occasional disagreements, and cherishing the simple joys of life. This play is a must-see, so get your tickets before they sell out!
On Sunday, July 9, the Beer Festival in Dhour Shweir is returning with its 20th edition. Jack Sleiman will set the place on fire with thousands of attendees expected to be present.
Oasis Byblos Edition Sunset
Nothing is better than watching the sunset next to the beach while sipping tasty cocktails and listening to catchy tunes. Every Sunday, starting at 6 PM, Oasis offers this experience, taking sunsets to another level.
After months of showing this fantastic piece of theater, Caracalla’s Finiqia will continue to be performed to the public until August 18. If you haven’t immersed yourself in the world of Caracalla Dance Theater led by Maestro Abdel-Halim Caracalla, you are missing out.
Villages Without Borders Photo Exhibit at Rebirth Beirut
This exhibition at Rebirth Beirut in Gemmayzeh will only be shown for six days, starting July 8. It is a collection of photographs from the most charming Lebanese and Chinese villages, gathered by the Most Beautiful Villages of Lebanon association. Don’t stop there; keep walking on Gourad Street for more immersive artistic experiences.
Nabu Museum in Chekka, in collaboration with the Italian Embassy, is hosting the “Mediterranea. Visions of an ancient and complex sea” exhibition. This display highlights the history and beauty of the Mediterranean region and is open to visitors every day from 10am to 7pm until July 23rd. While in Nabu, check out their other exhibition, “A Journey Through Time”.