Jerash Festival unveils diverse lineup

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AMMAN — The 37th edition of the Jerash Festival of Cultureand Arts is scheduled to captivate audiences in the ancient city from July 26 to August 5. This festival showcases a rich blend of local talent and renowned Arab artists from the region. With an impressive lineup of over 80 artists, the festival promises a diverse array of music, singing, art, opera, and poetry.اضافة اعلان

Performance lineup The southern stage will include performances by Omar Al-Abdallat, Najwa Karam, Ragheb Alama, Hani Mitwasi, Hussein Al-Salman, Amal Amal Shibli, Khaled Abdel-Rahman, Mahmoud Sultan, Nidaa Sharara, Hussam and Wissam Al-Lawzi, Ramy Khaled, Hamdi Al-Manasir, Saad Abu Tayeh, Osama Jabbour, George Wassouf, Saber Al Rebai, Diana Karazon, and Wael Kfoury, as reported by Amman Net.

Meanwhile, the Northern stage will host performances by Thamin Haddad, Ramy Shafiq, Ghalia Benali, Marwa Nagy, Abeer Nema, George Nema, the Chehade Brothers, Hani Shaker, Harmony Choir, Badr Rami, Issa Al-Saqqar, and the Arab Music Ensemble from Cairo Opera House.

Under the esteemed patronage of the Royal family, the festival organizers emphasize that most of the performances are free of charge, allowing everyone to experience the cultural extravaganza. However, some shows featuring popular Arab artists will require a ticket priced at JD20. For detailed information about tickets and the event schedule, interested participants are encouraged to visit the festival's official Facebook page or website.

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