The Beirut-based rock/fusion band Lemonade performed at the Place de l’Etoile.
Photo by Hasan Shaaban
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Music reverberated through Beirut streets as Lebanon celebrated the 18th Fete de la musique Thursday.The French Institute erected a stage in Nijmeh Square, near Radio Beirut's stage at the Roman Baths.Walking from one location to another, people swung to the vibe as all manner of music – from Brazilian percussion to deep bass and solo guitar melodies, reverberated through the streets.In France, where Fete de la musique was founded in 1982, the event is mainly about amateur musicians playing public spaces. The event also staged classical music performances, starting June 17 with a concert by Sinfonietta Beirut at the national evangelical church.
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