Arabic music lovers in the city of love rejoice. Two Arab pop singers are coming to Paris for a unique concert on Feb. 18 at the Palais des Congrès.
Lebanese music icons Wael Jassar and Nawal Al-Zoghbi are set to perform in the historic venue for an audience of around 3,000 people.
The event is organized by 2U2C, the first Lebanese company specializing in international events, in partnership with Radio Orient and Beur FM.
Al-Zoghbi has enjoyed great success in the music industry for several years now, and her last hit was “Am Behki Maa Hali” (I speak to myself), which was released in October. It has been viewed more than 3,700,000 times on YouTube.
Jassar, is, on the other hand, one of the most adulated singers of his generation. Often compared to the much celebrated Arabic singer, George Wassouf, he has given many concerts around the world, and each of his albums has been a chart-topper.
The two singers invited their French fans to the concert in a video published by 2U2C, in which they expressed themselves in Arabic.
With highly talented stars such as Al-Zoghbi and Jassar set to take the stage, the concert in Paris promises to be a memorable evening.
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