Mawazine Rythmes du Monde Festival 2024: The first artists announced


Placed under the high patronage of King Mohammed VI, the Mawazine Rythmes du Monde Festival promises to be more vibrant than ever with an exceptional musical program showcasing leading international artists.

From today until May 24, the festival will reveal every day the names of four exceptional artists who will ignite the stages of Mawazine. Among them, talents that promise to make an impression:

Thus, on June 27, 2024, Najwa Karam, the Lebanese music super star who is nicknamed “Sun of Arab song”, will enchant the audience with her powerful voice and her captivating melodies on the Nahda stage of the festival. The talented Najwa Karam is an artist famous for her incredible vocal performances and for her ability to captivate listeners with a rich repertoire, ranging from traditional Arabic music to more contemporary influences.

On June 29, 2024, the public will also be able to taste a unique sound experience with Marc Kinchen, better known as MK. This world-renowned producer and DJ, who is famous for his innovative remixes and beats that have conquered clubs around the world, will transform the Festival space into a giant dance floor.

On June 21, 2024, the stage of the Mohammed V National Theater will welcome Carole Samaha for an exclusive show! The Lebanese singing super star, who is renowned for his captivating voice and moving stage performances, promises a show that is sure to thrill the hearts of music lovers. Carole brings a unique touch of sophistication to each of her performances with a repertoire that touches on both pop and traditional music, but also romantic ballads.

Finally, on June 23, 2024, the South Korean group ATEEZ will rock the OLM Souissi stage. These K-pop superstars are known for their impressive choreography and explosive energy. ATEEZ continues to gain popularity around the world with each of their releases, captivating fans with their dynamic musical style and energetic performances.

The Mawazine Festival, which is among the most important internationally, not only offers a leading platform to local and international talents, but it contributes more than ever to strengthening cultural bridges between nations through music.

Created in 2001, Mawazine is the second largest cultural festival in the world, attracting more than 2 million participants each year. Committed to promoting Moroccan and international music, the festival offers 90% of its concerts free of charge, thus contributing to cultural accessibility and the economic dynamism of the region.

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