6 awesome events that are happening in Lebanon this summer!

There are many events taking place in Lebanon this summer! From concerts to exhibitions, be sure that you’ll have fun!

Beiteddine Art Festival

Program:

  • July 12-13: Ziad Rahbani
  • July 19-20: Blood Wedding and Suite Flamenca by Antonia Gades Dance Company
  • July 25: Ute Lemper by Marlene Dietrich
  • July 27-28: Kadim El Sahir
  • July 30: Carla Bruni
  • August 9-10-11: Cirkopolis by Cirque Eloize
  • July 12 – August 15: Picturing History – Pierre Sadek, the art of Caricature (exhibition)

For more information, click

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Flower market in Karantina

The market, which is located in front of Forum de Beyrouth, will remain open until  June 30. You can visit it every day from 9:00 AM until 8:00 PM.

Jounieh International Festival

https://www.facebook.com/jouniehinternationalfestival/photos/a.1421254764609247.1073741866.148514145216655/1421274647940592/?type=3&theater Program:

  • July 4-5-6: Jésus – Le spectacle (read more about it here)
  • July 9: Kendji Girac

For more information, click

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Jounieh Summer Festival

https://www.facebook.com/JouniehSummerFestivalOfficial/photos/a.180041029297534.1073741829.177745376193766/180041145964189/?type=3&theater Program:

  • June 16: IL DIVO
  • June 22: Julien Clerc
  • June 23: Wael Kfoury
  • June 29: James Arthur (read more here)

For more information, click

here

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Summer Misk Festival

https://www.facebook.com/MiskEntertainment/photos/a.1924047674275941.1073741846.1031610050186379/1924049264275782/?type=3&theater Program:

  • June 22: Guy Manoukian and Abu
  • June 28: Clean Bandit

For more information, click

here

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Unite with Tomorrowland

This year on July 28, Lebanon will party with Malta, Mexico, Spain, Taiwan, Italy, and Abu Dhabi. The event will take place in Biel “The Parks Outdoor.” The event will start on July 28 at 4 p.m. and end on July 29 at 4 a.m. For more information, click

here

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6 awesome events that are happening in Lebanon this summer!

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