ADONIS CD launch – Live Concert At Beirut Holidays

Come celebrate with us the launching of Adonis’ second studio album “Men Shou Bteshki Beirut”, on the biggest stage and biggest venue they’ve ever performed at! (by far) on August 18th 2013.

It’s gonna be massive! State-of-the-art sound and light, more than 10 guest musicians, old classics, new songs, and a few covers.

This concert is part of the ‘Beirut Holidays’ Festival, who is lining up, through the first half of August, THE biggest names in local entertainment. It’s a privilege for us to be closing a festival headlined by the great Sabah Fakhri, and by Elissa, Nancy Ajram, Wael Kfouri and many more.

> Tickets on sale at Virgin Megastores (all branches), and online at: 
http://www.ticketingboxoffice.com/adonis-tickets/event/6621

> Ticket prices:
– Standing: 45,000 LBP
– Seated (in front): 45,000 LBP
– Seated (not so much in front but you can still see Fabio’s Grumpy Cat face): 30,000 LBP

> The new CD will be available for purchase at the venue. (might throw in some ‘Jararank’ t-shirts as well 🙂
> Opening act to be announced soon (if you have any ideas/suggestions for that, do let us know!)

ADONIS

> About ADONIS: www.adonisband.com
“If the rambling back alleys, low-slung electricity cables and small, dusty, bustling neighborhoods of Beirut had a soundtrack, this would be it. Take Adonis by the hand and they’ll trace the lines of the city with you.” – Time Out Beirut.
‘Their music is something to fall in love with. The five boys from Adonis produce songs that are, at times, achingly gorgeous, charming, whimsical, and enchantingly Lebanese’ – Now Lebanon.

> About the Festival: https://www.facebook.com/BeirutHolidays
“BEIRUT HOLIDAYS is a series of concerts and shows in the heart of Beirut Souks.
Launched in 2012, the festival brings together diverse musical performances and talents, local artists and international performers, from East and West, mixing varying genres and tastes.
Beirut Holidays aims to become a recurrent and leading festival featuring Beirut as a destination for entertainment, arts and culture.”

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