Khorfakkan Amphitheater will host Al-Ruwaished and Asala on Friday 29 October

The Khorfakkan Amphitheater, the architectural masterpiece that combines Roman architecture with the Islamic character, will host the artists Abdullah Al-Ruwaished and Asala, on Friday, October 29, where they will present a selection of songs that combine the luxury of sound and authentic rapture, to the audience of the Emirate of Sharjah and the UAE.
Sharjah 24:

With a selection of songs that combine the luxury of sound and authentic rap, and on the Khorfakkan amphitheater, the architectural masterpiece that combines Roman architecture with the Islamic character, the audience of the Emirate of Sharjah and the UAE will have a date with an unforgettable night that brings together the artists Abdullah Al-Ruwaished and Asala, on Friday, October 29th.

The artist Abdullah Al-Ruwaished said: “My beloved fans in Sharjah and especially in Khorfakkan, wait for me to sing together and celebrate together the music, rapture and beautiful melody, in the Khor Fakkan Amphitheater, this beautiful amphitheater, which I am happy to be one of the first to sing with the wonderful Asala.”

And the artist Asala said: “I promised you that I would return, because Sharjah has unforgettable magic, and now I return with love to sing in Khorfakkan and share with you what is in my heart with songs and melodies, and I share this success with the dear Abu Khaled, the artist Abdullah Al-Ruwaished.”

The Sharjah Government Media Office is keen to take precautionary measures to prevent infection with the Corona virus, including obtaining a negative result in the application of Al-Hosn for the green traffic system, and applying the policy of physical distancing by placing public seats in accordance with the rules of safe distance in order to maintain the safety of attendees.

It is worth noting that the Khor Fakkan Amphitheater, a gateway to art and creativity, combining architecture, music and theater arts, to provide an integrated and unique experience, was built in December 2020, and seeks to organize periodic artistic programs that host film shows, musical shows, concerts and theatrical works.

The amphitheater aims to be a global destination on the map of classical and contemporary arts, and to be inclusive of all members of society through its spacious space. An exceptional icon, it overlooks the beach of Khorfakkan from its location in the heart of Jabal al-Sayyidah, and is adjacent to the Cave Waterfall, to be a tourist attraction for residents and tourists.

 
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