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It has been noted that the lion's share of Lebanon's summer festivals – the country's yearly cavalcade of blue-chip performing talent and tourism dollars – are situated outside the capital.For the 2014 edition of Beirut Holidays (July 29 until Sept. 6), the Beirut waterfront will be transformed into a venue for a slate of seven concerts, featuring six performers from across this broad region and a Canadian.Beirut Holidays will also host a tribute to the late great Lebanese performer Wadih al-Safi, featuring musicians Joseph Attieh, Sarah al-Hani, Georges and Antoine al-Safi. The ensemble promises to honor Safi's musical legacy with a performance of some of his most famous compositions.The North American content of this year's Beirut Holidays will be provided by the one-named Canadian crooner Garou, who will draw a curtain to this year's event.
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