To all Lebanese people living in or near London, UK, there’s a Lebanese festival in London on the 16th of July! If you want to get in touch with your Lebanese side, you should attend this event! Delicious food, live music, and exhibitions are waiting for you! This is not just any festival; it’s the biggest Lebanese festival in Europe!
Here’s what on the agenda!
you will rock your day with the live music at this festival! Only the best of the best will perform there. And what’s a Lebanese festival if there aren’t some songs in Arabic? Well, this year, Ayman Zbib is going to bring the Lebanese vibe to England!
Food and drink:
Food is what Lebanese gatherings are all about!
A good game of backgammon is always a good idea! If you’re a beginner, don’t worry; people from all levels can participate! Also, the champion will win a trophy and 500 £, while the person who ranks second will win a silver medal and 200 £!
This festival always attracts famous people!
This festival is a family-friendly destination! Children will get to enjoy many activities including face-painting, and arts and crafts sessions. For business owners, you might be interested to know that you can showcase your products or business. With a huge attendance rate and offline and online promotions, you might be able to take your business to the next level. Also, volunteers are highly welcome to make this event legendary! They will help with the preparations before and on the day of the event.
You could win a ticket to Beirut!
Are you interested in winning a ticket to Beirut? It’s easy; all you have to do is to like the Facebook
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About Lebanese people in the United Kingdom
There are approximately 40,000 Lebanese people in the UK. Like all Lebanese expats, they make Lebanese people extremely proud of their successes. Amal Clooney, born Alam Alamuddin, a barrister specialized in international law and human rights, is among the notable Lebanese in the United Kingdom. She launched the “Amal Clooney Scholarship”. Through this scholarship, one female Lebanese student will get the unique opportunity to study at UWC Dilijan College in Armenia which is the 14th member of the UWC movement and a world-renowned international boarding school. Sir Michael Atiyah, a Lebanese-British mathematician, is a notable geometer and a winner of many awards for his contribution to the field of mathematics. For more info, check out the
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