Upcoming Events

The Peace Festival

The "Peace Festival" is a message of love and peace addressed to the visitors, including several musical evenings offered by the Al Shaheed Park, in collaboration with the Loyac Academy of Performing Arts (LAPA), to promote the traditional musical arts. This season we chose the voices that were associated with love and peace, which were characterized by their ability to create an atmosphere of refinement and ascension leading to the enjoyment of the singer and the listener together


Peace Festival

Hind Hamed

Hind’s warm voice has enabled her to present many creative & versatile singing works. She has launched two albums for kids, and her first cover songs album had the name of “Jawa” which included the masterpiece of Al Hallaj’s sufi poem; “Wallahi Ma Tala’t Shamson”. Recently, she has also launched her first single, “Bahar”, of which highlights the state of refugees around the world. Hind has participated in national & international events, such as “Amman Balconies” in Jordan, The World Cultural Festival in India, & The World Choir Games in Latvia.


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Peace Festival
Peace Festival

Ensemble Ibn Arabi

From the spirit of the Arab Maghreb and from the heritage of the city of Kasbah Tangier, the Ibn al-Arabi band emerged in 1988 to astonish our world with the beauty and splendor of the spiritual songs inspired by the beauty of the Andalusian culture and its long-standing originality. The Andalusian spiritual music was revived by the band through singing poetry from the greatest poets of Andalusia, only to be a unique group that brought together the bond of content mixed with pure love & serene


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Salman Mohammad Mubarak Al Ammari

Salman Mohammad Mubarak Al Ammari is a folkloric Kuwaiti singer & Oud player. Passionate about the traditional sailing music of the Gulf Region and Kuwait Folklore, his performances revive the authentic past sounds that are enjoyed by today’s generation.


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Peace Festival
Peace Festival

Emel Mathlouthi

Amal Al-Mathlouthi took the lead in the world of fame after recording the song "My Words Free", which became a kind of anthem, this spread everywhere to reap the title of "The Voice of the Tunisian Revolution" and ended up performing her art at the ceremony of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2015. Her powerful music emanating from the heart defies all kinds of music, combining the electronic, the Tunisian textures and the cinematic universe.


In the combination of her personality and patriotism, she expresses not only her feelings, but also the feelings of many people, because her music has motivated many to express themselves, especially as she has fought so hard to serve as a force to support women around the world


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