Rabat - A very exciting line-up is set to take place tonight in the different stages of the capital for the fourth day of the 2018 Mawazine Festival Rhythms of the World.
Rabat – A very exciting line-up is set to take place tonight in the different stages of the capital for the fourth day of the 2018 Mawazine Festival Rhythms of the World.
The festival-goers have been waiting for him since his name was first announced. American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, and dancer Bruno Mars will add his funky groovy vibe to the international stage, OLM Souissi, starting at 10 p.m.
The stage of Salé will experience some very wanted Moroccan châabi music with an icon of traditional Moroccan music, Najat Aâtabou, performing at 9:30 p.m. The 58-year old artist broke records in 2016 during her previous concert at Mawazine. Moroccan artists Abdelali Sahraoui and Abidat Rma will also sing for the Salé crowd.
Discovering new styles every night, the public at the Mohammed V National Theatre will meet with Algerian rock and folk artist Souad Massi at 7:30 p.m.
Saber Rebaï, who began his career in Cairo in the ‘90s will sing fans some of his most popular songs, like “Sidi Mansour,” starting at 10 p.m. at the oriental stage of Nahda.
The Tunisian vocalist has recorded more than thirteen albums and toured internationally several times. His numerous artistic honors include an Arab Music Festival Award, the Cairo Festival Gold Microphone Award, and the Egyptian Opera House Award.
Finally, the well-known Malian singer Sidiki Diabaté will hit the African stage of Bouregreg at 10 p.m. His song “Fais moi confiance,” took Morocco by storm last summer in Morocco.