Lebanese singer holds the first women-only concert in Saudi Arabia

The Lebanese singer

Hiba Tawaji

held the first women-only concert on December 6 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. https://www.instagram.com/p/BcYKv0cFDJI/ Tawaji performed in King Fahd Cultural Center where hundreds of women came to watch a music concert for the first time. She performed her best songs as well as some of the songs of Fairouz, Umm Kulthum, and Celine Dion. She wore an elegant black dress designed by the renowned Lebanese designer Elie Saab.

This concert is part of the initiative “Vision 2030” which aims at diversifying the Saudi economy and reforming the society. The Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman is aiming at moderating Islam and making Saudi Arabia a country open to all religions and cultures.

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Lebanese singer holds the first women-only concert in Saudi Arabia

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