Francois and The Atlas Mountains will rock Zahle’s Beit El Kroum on June 20.
Photo courtesy of the French Institute
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Amid the barrage of summer music festivals, at least one doesn't require you to dig deep into your pockets – "Fete de la Musique". Created in 1982 by France's then-Culture Minister Jack Lang, and exported to Beirut during the millennium, the nightlong annual event assembles a diverse lineup of local and international acts to perform on the shortest night of the year. Lebanon's French Institute has scheduled an eclectic program for the Fete de la Musique's 15th Beirut edition, which may provide some relief to the political tensions looming over the country since Fete de la Musique 2014 . The music continues over at Zaitunay Bay.
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