Tourism Minister Michel Pharaon speaks at the Cedars International Festival press conference in Beirut, Tuesday, June 2, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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After almost half a century, the Cedars International Festival will return this summer to Bsharri.The four-night festival will feature a wide range of musical and artistic performances. Pop and rap music, classical piano, and even comedy shows will be performed amid Bsharri's beautiful scenery, with its fresh air and cool summer nights. Pharaon praised organizers for reviving the festival, stressing the symbolism that it holds for the country and the importance of maintaining what he called an "exceptional political agreement on security".
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