One of the world’s most legendary artists will be present at the Batroun International Festival this summer for a special concert where he will be celebrating his 90 years old tour. In addition to singing his old times favorite hits, like “La boheme”, “she”, “Formidable” , “Hier encore” and many others, Aznavour chose the Batroun International Festival’s platform to launch also his new singles from his latest album “Encores” in the Middle East.

 

ZADE is a Jordanian/American pianist who is rapidly becoming one of the world’s best known contemporary pianists. His genre consists of blending songs inspired by Arabic, Latin, pop, and classical music. He has performed before thousands of people around the world including Queen Elizabeth, Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, amongst others. ZADE will be performing on the Batroun International Festival theatre while accompanied with multinational orchestra.

 

Batroun International Festival also presents the Wine, Beer and Sea Food night, a festive celebration of the city’s most valuable treasures, the breweries, Wineries and the local culinary tastes. People from all over will be invited to a special night where they will indulge in tasting these local products while enjoying the street’s music coming out at every corner of Batroun’s old souk.

 

Batroun international festival in partnership with Batroun municipality are holding the Batroun sculpture symposium for August 17 till September 5th 2015 where sculpture from different countries will be made live in batroun"

 

A special oriental night of the best Arabic all-time hits with MusicHall’s unique musical arrange- ments, performed by all-star line-up, among whom: The Chehade Brothers, Bilal, Fadia Najem, Toni Hanna, Rawad, Georges el Safi and others.

 

Ghadi (Arabic: غدي‎) is a 2013 Lebanese drama film directed by Amin Dora. The film was originally selected as the Lebanese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards[1][2] in a two-way race over Lara Saba's Blind Intersections.[2] When the film's release date was moved from 26 September 2013 to 31 October 2013,[3] it no longer met the eligibility dates and Blind Intersections became the official submission from Lebanon. However, the film was submitted the following year as Lebanon's official submission, but was not nominated.[2]
Cast : Georges Khabbaz as Leba Saba Lara Matar as Lara, Leba's Wife Christine Choueiri as Sophie

   

One of the world’s most legendary artists will be present at the Batroun International Festival this summer for a special concert where he will be celebrating his 90 years old tour. In addition to singing his old times favorite hits, like “La boheme”, “she”, “Formidable” , “Hier encore” and many others, Aznavour chose the Batroun International Festival’s platform to launch also his new singles from his latest album “Encores” in the Middle East.