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Mawazine Festival 2024 Revives Global Music After Four Years Absence

The 19th Mawazine Festival, one of the largest music festivals in the world, kicked off on Friday in Rabat and Salé with performances of a diverse array of national and international artists and a significant attendance of audience.

Run until June 29, this year’s edition of Mawazine returns after a four-year absence due to the “Covid” pandemic under the slogan “Diversity and Celebration,” bringing joy and enthusiasm to music lovers worldwide with various music genres, such as traditional Moroccan music, pop, Afro, and others.

The program of the first day of the festival, organized by the Maroc Cultures association under the Culture Ministry, started with the performance of oriental music icon Carole Samaha at the Mohammed V National Theater in Rabat, Angham, Moroccan singer Latifa Raafat, Mocci, international singer Didi B and Kylie Minogue.

The festival also gathered other well-known artists including DJ Calvin Harris, Nicki Minaj, Camila Cabello, Haifa Wehbe, Marwan Khori, and Jannat, among others.

Several rising Moroccan artists will also be on the scene such as Zina Daoudia, Laila Chakir, Said Mosker, Ikram Abdia, Ibtissam Tiskat, Najat Aatabou, Douzi, Khadija Atlas, Stati Abdelaziz, Saida Charaf, and others.

2024 Mawazine will differ from the previous editions by the holographic Oum Kalthoum performance that promises an unprecedented immersive experience. Using cutting-edge technology, the diva’s image will be recreated in three dimensions, providing viewers with a captivating visual and auditory experience, as if they were attending a live concert.

By holding this event, Morocco allows tourists and foreigners residing in Morocco to discover the country’s heritage and culture, promote intercultural dialogue, and celebrate diversity.

In 2019, the 18th annual Mawazine Festival drew 2,750,000 attendees who came to see the 200 artists performing across six stages, including Maluma, David Guetta, Rihanna, Shakira, and Mariah Carey.

The Mawazine Festival ranks second among the largest music events worldwide. This event offers an increasingly eclectic and cross-generational program, with 90% of its attendees enjoying free admission.