The Bahrain International Music Festival continues to enrich the cultural atmosphere in the Kingdom of Bahrain, as the Ismail Dawes band performs an evening of folk arts tomorrow Friday, October 30, 2020 AD next to the Qal'at al-Bahrain Site Museum at 8:00 pm, in the presence of the audience via cars. The Ismail Dawas troupe will present examples of authentic Bahraini folklore, and from the city of Muharraq in particular, to give the audience the opportunity to learn about an important part of the traditional audio heritage of the Kingdom of Bahrain.
The Culture Authority seeks to provide a different experience for the pioneers of the cultural movement in Bahrain, with everyone's safety being a top priority, with the need to adhere to precautionary measures and preventive measures to limit the spread of the Coronavirus. The audience will be able to watch the evening directly from the cars only, provided that the car’s radio will be heard on the radio frequency (98.4 FM). To speak with an organizer, and the number of people inside the car should not exceed 4 people. The authority calls on the attendees not to gather after the event and to cooperate with the organizers in managing the movement of cars while entering the ceremony area and to follow the instructions and instructions while leaving it. The evening will also be broadcast live on the radio wave (98.4 FM) and on the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities channel on YouTube on (CultureBah).
It is noteworthy that the Bahrain International Music Festival will conclude its activities on October 31 with the concert of the artist Rehab Mutawa, accompanied by the Bahrain Music Band, which is held in cooperation with the Egyptian Embassy in Bahrain. Rehab Mutawa will present a mixture of the most beautiful Arabic songs that go back to the beautiful times.
This year, Café Lillo is participating again this year in the 29th Bahrain International Music Festival, by offering a special and exclusive menu that includes a variety of delicious foods and drinks that are compatible with the diversity of the festival, and are inspired by those cultures and musical styles in conjunction with the period of the music festival.
For more information about the festival and the latest developments in the activities, you can visit the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities website on the internet www.culture.gov.bh or follow the Culture Authority accounts on the social networking site @culturebah.