Jordan’s renowned Jerash Festival of Culture and Arts is welcoming a stellar lineup of singers from around the region until it wraps up on Oct. 2.
Jerash Festival: Six artists performing at the famed Jordanian event
The Jordanian singer will perform on Sept. 29. He is expected to sing “Tafasil Zghire,” which is one of his most viewed songs on YouTube.
The Jordanian pop singer, who is of Palestinian descent, will perform on Sept. 30. With a career that spans over 15 years, Karazon is famous for her songs “Fe Had Eshtakalak” and “Wesh El-Tary.”
The Syrian singer will perform on Sept. 30. Last month, he released a new song called “Sawa Sawa” that has been viewed over four million times on YouTube.
The Iraqi singer, who will hit the stage on Oct. 1, has been making headlines in the region over the past few years with his hits “Ashq Mot,” “Ya Rouhi” and his latest song “Momken” with Emirati-Yemeni singer Balqees Fathi.
Nedaa Sharara, who will perform on Oct. 2, is a Jordanian singer who won the third season of the TV singing competition “The Voice” in 2015.
On Oct.2, the Jordanian singer-songwriter is expected to perform some of his famous songs including “Hashimi, Hashimi” and “Jeishana,” in addition to traditional Jordanian songs.