Ancestral land of Amazigh culture, the capital of Souss will welcome artists from all backgrounds to its Moroccan stage, and to celebrate life and art in a world where togetherness is going through tuff times. Once again, the Timitar stage will bring together music and artists from America, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia and of course the Maghreb. A way for the magic of Timitar to make us forget, just for a few days all the tensions that is dividing people. Ranked among the 25 biggest stages in the world, Timitar will help us focus on what is most important, the love of the other.
Amazigh music will be of course in the spotlight; Ahwach, Rayssa Tihihit, Rayss Outajajt, Lajwad and Ait Laati will be opening the festivities each night of the festival. An opportunity for the audience to rediscover all the popular songs and traditional dances that constitute the beauty of the Amazigh culture.
Sensitive to the message of Timitar, many artists, which you will get to see this year responded positively to the invitation. Starting by Moroccan talents with Khansa Batma, Mazagan, Daoudia Don Bigg, Saida Charaf, H Kain. Algeria will as well be present thanks to popular singer Reda Taliani. As of artists from other nationalities, Timitar will welcome the famous Columbia national Yuri Buena Ventura, Jordanian artist Macadi Nahhas and Diana Haddad, and finally Hindi Zahra.
Since Timitar is, above all a story of sharing an ever-growing heritage, the festival is pleased to welcome as well Bashar Khalifa, son of famous artist Marcel Khalifa. Different music bands will also be present and represented by; the Chekara Flamenco orchestra, the talented lute player Rabeh Abu Khalil Ricordo and Ribeiro, in addition to the local star Maloumi Driss and his globally known band; Driss & Co…