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Juan Diego Flórez

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For the world’s leading opera houses, Juan Diego Flórez is very much the bel canto tenor of choice. His fluid, expressive singing and dazzling virtuosity make him ideal for the operas of Rossini, Donizetti and Bellini. His operatic and recital appearances at the most prestigious venues in the world have earned him the acclaim of critics and audiences alike.

Juan Diego was born in Lima on 13 January 1973. His father, Rubén Flórez, was a singer, who specialised in performing the criollo waltzes of Peruvian composer Chabuca Granda. Juan Diego inherited both his father’s vocal talent and his love for Peruvian and Latin American music in general. His mother, María Teresa, another music-lover, gave him all the support in the world, encouraging him to persevere with his musical studies and stick to his goals.

To begin with, Juan Diego focused on pop, rock and Peruvian music. He wrote his own songs and sang live in the piano bars frequented by his schoolmates in the Barranco district of Lima. In 1989, the young singer won Peru’s first Festival of Song for Peace, which was broadcast on TV nationwide.

He always felt that all good musicians, including folk musicians, should read and write music. That’s why in 1990, having attended classes at various academies and taken his first singing lessons, he gained a place at Peru’s National Conservatory of Music. At this point, he had not fully made up his mind to devote himself to classical music. By the end of his first year at the conservatory, however, the experiences of those first twelve months were beginning to shape his vocation. Shortly after beginning his studies there, Juan Diego began taking singing lessons with Andrés Santa María, director of Peru’s Coro Nacional, of which he was to become a member. The Coro played a decisive part in his musical development, giving him the invaluable experience of performing music by the greatest composers at a professional level.

Keen to travel and to continue his education, Juan Diego then won a scholarship to the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. He studied there between 1993 and 1996, and had the opportunity to sing in a number of fully staged complete operas, with an orchestra, an excellent foundation for what was to turn out to be a spectacular career.

In 1994, Juan Diego met the celebrated Peruvian tenor Ernesto Palacio in Lima, an encounter which was to prove life-changing. He offered to help the young man get started as a professional singer, and invited Juan Diego to make a recording with him at the Gerace Festival in Italy (Martín y Soler’s Il tutore burlato). Juan Diego visited Italy several more times, including a trip in 1995 to make a second recording with Palacio (Zingarelli’s Le tre ore dell’agonia).

The innate characteristics of Juan Diego’s voice, qualities such as flexibility and a seemingly effortless ability to hit the high notes, destined him for the bel canto repertoire and, in particular, the operas of Rossini. Palacio realised this from the start, and guided the younger singer towards these works.

In 1996, Juan Diego auditioned in Bologna for the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro, and was immediately cast by its Artistic Director in a small role in Ricciardo e Zoraide. He never sang this part, however, because events were about to catapult him into the firmament of the international opera world.

It was summer 1996. Juan Diego was already in Pesaro, rehearsing for Ricciardo e Zoraide. Shortly before the Festival’s opening night, the tenor who was due to sing the leading role of Corradino in Matilde di Shabran had to pull out because of illness. The organisers began a desperate search for a stand-in who might be up to the challenge – a less than easy task, given that this was a little-known opera, the first night was only days away, and Corradino is a very difficult role to sing. It was then that Artistic Director Luigi Ferrari offered the part to the twenty-three-year-old Juan Diego. The tenor was keen to accept on the spot but, showing admirable professionalism, asked Ferrari to give him some time over lunch to go through the score, after which he would say yes or no. He was so excited he could barely eat – after reading through just two pages, he went to Ferrari and said accepted the offer.

With that, the wheels were set in motion to prepare him for the imminent first night. Juan Diego had to rehearse before he’d even had time to learn the music, with the help of prompts from assistants and pianists. After a frenetic few days, the eagerly awaited first night arrived: 13 August 1996. It was a huge hit, and marked the start of his stellar career.

From that moment onwards, opera houses around the world set their sights on the young tenor, including the most famous of all: La Scala, Milan. Juan Diego made his La Scala debut on 7 December 1996 – a significant date, in that it was the opening night of the season – under the baton of Riccardo Muti, who was to be a key influence on the tenor over the next few years. Juan Diego had visited La Scala a few months earlier and, gazing out across the auditorium from one of the boxes, had said, with great prescience, “I’ll be singing here within ten years”. He could never have imagined that he’d be starring there just ten months later.

Since then, he has appeared at all the world’s leading opera houses, concert halls and music festivals, including the Metropolitan, New York; Lyric Opera of Chicago; Los Angeles Opera; San Francisco Opera; Washington National Opera; Royal Opera House, Covent Garden; Wexford Festival; Vienna Staatsoper; Salzburg Festival; Vienna Konzerthaus; Vienna Musikverein; Paris Opéra; Radio France and Montpellier Festival; Théâtre du Capitole, Toulouse, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Paris; Théâtre  du Châtelet, Paris; Ópera de Lyon; Teatro Real, Madrid; Teatre Liceu, Barcelona; ABAO, Bilbao; Teatro de la Maestranza, Seville; Las Palmas, Gran Canaria; Teatro São Carlos, Lisbon; La Scala, Milan; Rossini Opera Festival, Pesaro; Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Rome; Teatro San Carlo, Naples; Teatro Regio, Turin; Teatro Verdi, Trieste; Teatro Comunale, Bologna; Rome Opera; Teatro Massimo, Palermo; Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Florence; Teatro Carlo Felice, Genoa; Teatro Filarmonico de Verona; Munich Staatsoper; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Dresden Staatsoper; Zurich Opernhaus, etc.

His repertoire includes forty-four operas: Bellini’s I Capuleti e i Montecchi, I puritani and La sonnambula; Bizet’s Les pecheurs de perles; Cimarosa’s Il Matrimonio Segreto; Donizetti’s Alahor in Granata, Don Pasquale, Elisabetta, L’elisir d’amore, La FavoriteLa Fille du régiment, Maria Stuarda, Linda di Chamounix and Lucrezia Borgia; Gluck’s Armide and Orfeo; Lehár’s Die lustige Witwe; Martín y Soler’s Il tutore burlato; Meyerbeer’s L’Étoile du nord; Mozart’s Così fan tutte, Don Giovanni and Mitridate; Paisiello’s Nina ossia la Pazza per amore; Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi; Rossini’s Adelaide de Borgogna, Ermione, Guillaume Tell, Il barbiere di Siviglia, Il signor Bruschino, Il turco in Italia, Il viaggio a Reims, La Cenerentola, La donna del lago, La gazza ladra, Le Comte Ory, L’italiana in Algeri, Matilde di Shabran, Otello, Ricciardo e Zoraide, Scala di seta, Semiramide and Zelmira; Rota’s Il cappello di paglia di Firenze; J. Strauss’s Fledermaus; and Verdi’s Falstaff and Rigoletto.

He has worked with the world’s best-known conductors, including Roberto Abbado, Yves Abel, Riccardo Chailly, Myung-Whun Chung, Gustavo Dudamel, Daniele Gatti, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Gianluigi Gelmetti, James Levine, Jesús López-Cobos, Sir Neville Marriner, Riccardo Muti, Antonio Pappano, Carlo Rizzi, Christophe Rousset, Nello Santi, Marcello Viotti and Alberto Zedda.

Since 2001 Juan Diego has been an exclusive Decca artist, and has recorded 8 solo recital albums, 4 complete operas on CD and 6 on DVD. In total, including his discs for other companies, he has recorded 8 solo albums, 12 complete operas on CD and 11 on DVD, and made another 7 albums that fall into other categories, such as cantatas or oratorios. His recordings have won many awards, including the Choc du Monde de la Musique, Diapason d’Or, Echo Klassik Preis, Cannes Classical Award, Gramophone Award and a Grammy nomination for the album Bel Canto Spectacular.

In 2007, Juan Diego made history at La Scala when he broke a 70-year-old taboo and gave  the first encore in the theatre since 1933, much to the audience’s delight. The aria in question was “Ah! mes amis” from Donizetti’s La Fille du régiment, renowned for its nine high Cs. He repeated the feat a few months later, in 2008, at the Met, again after a number of years in which no encores had been heard, and in 2012 at the Opéra de Paris, where no encores had been heard since its inauguration in 1989.

Juan Diego has received a number of awards, including the Rossini d’Oro, the Abbiati Prize given by the Italian Association of Music Critics, the Tiberini d’Oro, the ISO de Oro, the Opera Award and the Aureliano Pertile, Bellini, Francesco Tamagno and Plácido Domingo Awards.

He has also been recognised with the following honours:

2002 – “Visitante Ilustre” (Distinguished Visitor) of the National University of Engineering (Peru)

2003 – Honorary Member of the University of the Pacific (Peru)

2004 – Order of Merit, Grand Cross (Peru)

2004 – Honorary Professor of the University of San Martín de Porres (Peru)

2005 – Honorary Professor of the National Music Conservatory (Peru)

2007 – Order of the Sun, Grand Cross (Peru)

2009 – Honorary Professor of the UPC (Peruvian University of Applied Sciences)

2012 – Goodwill Ambassador for UNESCO, the cultural agency of the United Nations

2012 – Honorary title “Kammersänger” from the Minister of Cultural Affairs of Austria

2014 – World Economic Forum’s Crystal Award

Juan Diego has always maintained a close relationship with his native country, which has awarded him its very highest distinction: the Order of the Sun, Grand Cross. He has also set up a foundation in Peru with the aim of encouraging the creation of children’s and youth orchestras and choirs on a national level. The project is inspired by the Venezuelan “Sistema”, and its central aim is to help poor and vulnerable children and young people to avoid the many dangers they face in their day-to-day lives: drugs, delinquency, exploitation and prostitution, etc.

In 2004, the Peruvian Postal Service, Serpost, issued a stamp in his honour. Three years later, in 2007, the UPC published a book about Juan Diego’s career to date, written by Gustavo Rodríguez.

On 5 April 2008 Juan Diego married Julia Trappe in Lima Cathedral in a ceremony officiated over by Cardinal Juan Luis Cipriani. The wedding was a national event and crowds flocked to the Peruvian capital’s Plaza Mayor to catch a glimpse of the couple. The ceremony was also broadcast live on TV.

In 2006 Juan Diego was granted Austrian citizenship on artistic merit, but continues to retain his Peruvian citizenship as well.

Juan Diego is an Audi partner, and an interview with him appeared in the company’s 2008 Annual Report.

He is also part of the “Zegna and Music” project as a musical ambassador for Ermenegildo Zegna.

His hobbies include football, tennis, cooking and composition. Juan Diego has written two pieces in the Peruvian genre known as the huayno. The first is the Huayno Peruano Navideño, which was performed in the Vienna Konzerthaus in 2007 by the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Vienna Boys Choir. The second, Santo, was written for the album of the same name in 2009.

ind to devote himself to classical music. By the end of his first year at the conservatory, however, the experiences of those first twelve months were beginning to shape his vocation. Shortly after beginning his studies there, Juan Diego began taking singing lessons with Andrés Santa María, director of Peru’s Coro Nacional, of which he was to become a member. The Coro played a decisive part in his musical development, giving him the invaluable experience of performing music by the greatest composers at a professional level.

Keen to travel and to continue his education, Juan Diego then won a scholarship to the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. He studied there between 1993 and 1996, and had the opportunity to sing in a number of fully staged complete operas, with an orchestra, an excellent foundation for what was to turn out to be a spectacular career.

In 1994, Juan Diego met the celebrated Peruvian tenor Ernesto Palacio in Lima, an encounter which was to prove life-changing. He offered to help the young man get started as a professional singer, and invited Juan Diego to make a recording with him at the Gerace Festival in Italy (Martín y Soler’s Il tutore burlato). Juan Diego visited Italy several more times, including a trip in 1995 to make a second recording with Palacio (Zingarelli’s Le tre ore dell’agonia).

The innate characteristics of Juan Diego’s voice, qualities such as flexibility and a seemingly effortless ability to hit the high notes, destined him for the bel canto repertoire and, in particular, the operas of Rossini. Palacio realised this from the start, and guided the younger singer towards these works.

In 1996, Juan Diego auditioned in Bologna for the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro, and was immediately cast by its Artistic Director in a small role in Ricciardo e Zoraide. He never sang this part, however, because events were about to catapult him into the firmament of the international opera world.

It was summer 1996. Juan Diego was already in Pesaro, rehearsing for Ricciardo e Zoraide. Shortly before the Festival’s opening night, the tenor who was due to sing the leading role of Corradino in Matilde di Shabran had to pull out because of illness. The organisers began a desperate search for a stand-in who might be up to the challenge – a less than easy task, given that this was a little-known opera, the first night was only days away, and Corradino is a very difficult role to sing. It was then that Artistic Director Luigi Ferrari offered the part to the twenty-three-year-old Juan Diego. The tenor was keen to accept on the spot but, showing admirable professionalism, asked Ferrari to give him some time over lunch to go through the score, after which he would say yes or no. He was so excited he could barely eat – after reading through just two pages, he went to Ferrari and said accepted the offer.

With that, the wheels were set in motion to prepare him for the imminent first night. Juan Diego had to rehearse before he’d even had time to learn the music, with the help of prompts from assistants and pianists. After a frenetic few days, the eagerly awaited first night arrived: 13 August 1996. It was a huge hit, and marked the start of his stellar career.

From that moment onwards, opera houses around the world set their sights on the young tenor, including the most famous of all: La Scala, Milan. Juan Diego made his La Scala debut on 7 December 1996 – a significant date, in that it was the opening night of the season – under the baton of Riccardo Muti, who was to be a key influence on the tenor over the next few years. Juan Diego had visited La Scala a few months earlier and, gazing out across the auditorium from one of the boxes, had said, with great prescience, “I’ll be singing here within ten years”. He could never have imagined that he’d be starring there just ten months later.

Since then, he has appeared at all the world’s leading opera houses, concert halls and music festivals, including the Metropolitan, New York; Lyric Opera of Chicago; Los Angeles Opera; San Francisco Opera; Washington National Opera; Royal Opera House, Covent Garden; Wexford Festival; Vienna Staatsoper; Salzburg Festival; Vienna Konzerthaus; Vienna Musikverein; Paris Opéra; Radio France and Montpellier Festival; Théâtre du Capitole, Toulouse, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Paris; Théâtre  du Châtelet, Paris; Ópera de Lyon; Teatro Real, Madrid; Teatre Liceu, Barcelona; ABAO, Bilbao; Teatro de la Maestranza, Seville; Las Palmas, Gran Canaria; Teatro São Carlos, Lisbon; La Scala, Milan; Rossini Opera Festival, Pesaro; Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Rome; Teatro San Carlo, Naples; Teatro Regio, Turin; Teatro Verdi, Trieste; Teatro Comunale, Bologna; Rome Opera; Teatro Massimo, Palermo; Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Florence; Teatro Carlo Felice, Genoa; Teatro Filarmonico de Verona; Munich Staatsoper; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Dresden Staatsoper; Zurich Opernhaus, etc.

His repertoire includes forty-four operas: Bellini’s I Capuleti e i Montecchi, I puritani and La sonnambula; Bizet’s Les pecheurs de perles; Cimarosa’s Il Matrimonio Segreto; Donizetti’s Alahor in Granata, Don Pasquale, Elisabetta, L’elisir d’amore, La FavoriteLa Fille du régiment, Maria Stuarda, Linda di Chamounix and Lucrezia Borgia; Gluck’s Armide and Orfeo; Lehár’s Die lustige Witwe; Martín y Soler’s Il tutore burlato; Meyerbeer’s L’Étoile du nord; Mozart’s Così fan tutte, Don Giovanni and Mitridate; Paisiello’s Nina ossia la Pazza per amore; Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi; Rossini’s Adelaide de Borgogna, Ermione, Guillaume Tell, Il barbiere di Siviglia, Il signor Bruschino, Il turco in Italia, Il viaggio a Reims, La Cenerentola, La donna del lago, La gazza ladra, Le Comte Ory, L’italiana in Algeri, Matilde di Shabran, Otello, Ricciardo e Zoraide, Scala di seta, Semiramide and Zelmira; Rota’s Il cappello di paglia di Firenze; J. Strauss’s Fledermaus; and Verdi’s Falstaff and Rigoletto.

He has worked with the world’s best-known conductors, including Roberto Abbado, Yves Abel, Riccardo Chailly, Myung-Whun Chung, Gustavo Dudamel, Daniele Gatti, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Gianluigi Gelmetti, James Levine, Jesús López-Cobos, Sir Neville Marriner, Riccardo Muti, Antonio Pappano, Carlo Rizzi, Christophe Rousset, Nello Santi, Marcello Viotti and Alberto Zedda.

Since 2001 Juan Diego has been an exclusive Decca artist, and has recorded 8 solo recital albums, 4 complete operas on CD and 6 on DVD. In total, including his discs for other companies, he has recorded 8 solo albums, 12 complete operas on CD and 11 on DVD, and made another 7 albums that fall into other categories, such as cantatas or oratorios. His recordings have won many awards, including the Choc du Monde de la Musique, Diapason d’Or, Echo Klassik Preis, Cannes Classical Award, Gramophone Award and a Grammy nomination for the album Bel Canto Spectacular.

In 2007, Juan Diego made history at La Scala when he broke a 70-year-old taboo and gave  the first encore in the theatre since 1933, much to the audience’s delight. The aria in question was “Ah! mes amis” from Donizetti’s La Fille du régiment, renowned for its nine high Cs. He repeated the feat a few months later, in 2008, at the Met, again after a number of years in which no encores had been heard, and in 2012 at the Opéra de Paris, where no encores had been heard since its inauguration in 1989.

Juan Diego has received a number of awards, including the Rossini d’Oro, the Abbiati Prize given by the Italian Association of Music Critics, the Tiberini d’Oro, the ISO de Oro, the Opera Award and the Aureliano Pertile, Bellini, Francesco Tamagno and Plácido Domingo Awards.

He has also been recognised with the following honours:

2002 – “Visitante Ilustre” (Distinguished Visitor) of the National University of Engineering (Peru)

2003 – Honorary Member of the University of the Pacific (Peru)

2004 – Order of Merit, Grand Cross (Peru)

2004 – Honorary Professor of the University of San Martín de Porres (Peru)

2005 – Honorary Professor of the National Music Conservatory (Peru)

2007 – Order of the Sun, Grand Cross (Peru)

2009 – Honorary Professor of the UPC (Peruvian University of Applied Sciences)

2012 – Goodwill Ambassador for UNESCO, the cultural agency of the United Nations

2012 – Honorary title “Kammersänger” from the Minister of Cultural Affairs of Austria

2014 – World Economic Forum’s Crystal Award

Juan Diego has always maintained a close relationship with his native country, which has awarded him its very highest distinction: the Order of the Sun, Grand Cross. He has also set up a foundation in Peru with the aim of encouraging the creation of children’s and youth orchestras and choirs on a national level. The project is inspired by the Venezuelan “Sistema”, and its central aim is to help poor and vulnerable children and young people to avoid the many dangers they face in their day-to-day lives: drugs, delinquency, exploitation and prostitution, etc.

In 2004, the Peruvian Postal Service, Serpost, issued a stamp in his honour. Three years later, in 2007, the UPC published a book about Juan Diego’s career to date, written by Gustavo Rodríguez.

On 5 April 2008 Juan Diego married Julia Trappe in Lima Cathedral in a ceremony officiated over by Cardinal Juan Luis Cipriani. The wedding was a national event and crowds flocked to the Peruvian capital’s Plaza Mayor to catch a glimpse of the couple. The ceremony was also broadcast live on TV.

In 2006 Juan Diego was granted Austrian citizenship on artistic merit, but continues to retain his Peruvian citizenship as well.

Juan Diego is an Audi partner, and an interview with him appeared in the company’s 2008 Annual Report.

He is also part of the “Zegna and Music” project as a musical ambassador for Ermenegildo Zegna.

His hobbies include football, tennis, cooking and composition. Juan Diego has written two pieces in the Peruvian genre known as the huayno. The first is the Huayno Peruano Navideño, which was performed in the Vienna Konzerthaus in 2007 by the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Vienna Boys Choir. The second, Santo, was written for the album of the same name in 2009.

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Nassif Zaytoun
09:30 PM | Ehmej
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Transportation for Caracalla
12:00 AM | Transportation Byblos
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Transportation for Zahle - Guy & Abu
06:00 PM | Transportation Zahle
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Transportation Ehmej Nassif
12:00 AM | Transportation Ehmej
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Saturday
August 18,2018
Ben Harper
08:00 PM | Baalbeck
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Transportation Baalbeck - Ben Harper
03:30 PM | Transportation Baalbeck
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Caracalla - FINIQIA
08:30 PM | Byblos
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Kadim Al Sahir
08:30 PM | Rachid Karameh Stadium
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Ragheb Alama
09:30 PM | Ehmej
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Transportation for Caracalla
12:00 AM | Transportation Byblos
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Transportation Ehmej Ragheb
12:00 AM | Transportation Ehmej
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Sunday
August 19,2018
DJ RODGE
08:30 PM | Ehden
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Transportation Ehdeniyat-DJ Rodge
12:00 AM | Transportation Ehden
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Moeen Shreif
09:30 PM | Ehmej
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Transportation Ehmej Moeen
12:00 AM | Transportation Ehmej
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Tuesday
August 21,2018
Deeparture
06:00 PM | La suite Oceana
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Nana Mouskouri
08:30 PM | Byblos
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Transportation for Nana Mouskouri
12:00 AM | Transportation Byblos
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Thursday
August 23,2018
Najwa Karam & Amer Zayan
08:30 PM | Casino du Liban
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Inner Circle
08:30 PM | Amchit CORNICHE SEASIDE
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Friday
August 24,2018
Ragheb Alama
09:00 PM | ghosta
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Charbel Rouhana - Tribute to Sayyed Darwish
08:30 PM | Byblos
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Mashrou' Leila
08:30 PM | Amchit CORNICHE SEASIDE
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Transportation for Charbel Rouhana
12:00 AM | Transportation Byblos
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Saturday
August 25,2018
Georges Wassouf
08:30 PM | Rachid Karameh Stadium
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Cine Orchestre II
08:30 PM | Ehden
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Wael Kfoury
08:30 PM | Amchit CORNICHE SEASIDE
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Transportation Ehdeniyat-Cine Orchestre
12:00 AM | Transportation Ehden
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Sunday
August 26,2018
Flomad-60Hours Nonstop Music Fest (1 Day Pass)
04:00 PM | Barracuda
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Flomad-60Hours Nonstop Music Fest (3Days Pass)
12:00 AM | Barracuda
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Thursday
August 30,2018
CAROLE SAMAHA
08:30 PM | Saida
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Friday
August 31,2018
Nassif Zeytoun
08:30 PM | Bkassine Village, Main Place
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Transportation Bkassine Festival - Nassif Zeytoun
03:30 PM | Transportation Bkassine
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Guy Manoukian & Joseph Attiyeh
08:30 PM | Saida
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