Monday, June 26, 2017

"Les Chants des cèdres" - Ifrane Festival

The singer Hatem Idar and the Franco-Moroccan rapper Lartiste will open the second International Festival of Ifrane from 7 to 9 July under the sign "Les Chants des cèdres"

This festival, presented under the patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, has invited a wide range of musical talent including: Abdelwahab Doukkali, Egyptian singer, Sherine Abdelwahab, Lebanese pop star, Wael Jassar and Moroccan-Iraqi singer Shada Hassoun.

According to the national president of the Fez-Saîss Association, Driss Alaoui Mdaghri, after the first edition that focused on spectacular evenings and the discovery of the culinary facets of the Kingdom, the programme of this 2nd festival offers, in addition to the musical festivities, numerous activities with a cultural or playful aim.

Festival opener: Hatem Idar

The festival, which is organised by the Ifrane Forum for Culture and Development in partnership with the Fez-Saiss Association, offers a host of activities including ta forum "Environment, Mountain and Spirituality". There will also be opportunities to discover of the local fauna and flora, star gazing, painting exhibitions, a chess tournament and workshop, mountain walks and a "waste hunt".

Driss Alaoui Mdaghri says that the festival is a good opportunity to shed light on the important cultural and artistic landscape of Morocco "where diversity is everywhere celebrated, where the sap of the trees nourishes the creativity and where the winds Desert, sea and mountains combine the dreams of its men and women beyond the oceans and at the top of the highest peaks".


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