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Celebrating the female directors of the world, the Lebanese Film Festival returns for its 13th edition from 17-21 September.
Beirut Art Fair’s 2018 program will have a photography focus for the first time in its nine-year history as it returns to the capital from 20-23 September 2018.
Celebrating the city’s vibrant food scene, Beirut Restaurants Festival is returning to the capital for its third edition from 28-30 September.
Under the title of “Dabke Fever,” the Jabalna Association is bringing back the National Dabke Festival to Maaser el Chouf on 2 September.
Bringing top acts to the Bekaa, the International Festivals of Zahle returns for its second year.
After shutting its doors in 1991, Faqra Club has reopened La Boite nightclub to host “1001 Nights, 1001 Works!” showcasing over 60 artworks around the theme of night.
Located in Mount Lebanon, the Rechmaya Distillery is the first of its kind to craft locally-produced gin. We spoke with the couple behind the project.
Three of Lebanon’s museums will be equipped for the blind or visually impaired by January 2019.
Since 1996, the Tyre International Festival has been bringing the best of Arabic music to South Lebanon.
Back for its 16th edition, the Byblos International Festival brings pop, rock and dance to the ancient city.