The international music festival continues to honor diverse musical cultures in its many stages with a cluster of artists coming from different parts of the world. Last night, June 23rd, was no exception.
Starting with the oriental scene in Nahda, the public enjoyed a lively performance by the “Queen of Stage” of the Arabic music scene Myriam Fares. The OLM Souissi, on the other hand, hosted two concerts by major French artists: Big Flo & Oli followed by rapper Gims’s little brother, RnB singer Dadju.
On another side of the city, in the Mohammed V National Theater, the Lebanese alternative rock band Mashrou’Leila delivered an electric performance in front of a full house, composed of many young Moroccans but also of many students of foreigners, especially Americans.
Finally, the historical site of Chellah witnessed a holy performance by Turkish band She’Koyokh who performed the most beautiful songs drawn from an authentic Turkish musical heritage.