Emirati star Hussein Al Jazmi is hosting a concert on the evening of December 3 at the Al Majaz Theater in Sharjah, organized by the Sharjah National Day Celebration Committee to mark the 50th National Day of the United Arab Emirates. Young stars Faisal Al Jasim, Mohammad Al Menhali and Almas present a group to select their best songs to celebrate the festival.
The Sharjah Committee for Sharjah National Day Celebrations has organized a concert for Emirati artist Hussein Al Jazeem at the Al Majaz Theater in Sharjah on the evening of December 3 to mark the 50th National Day of the United Arab Emirates. Young stars Faisal Al Jasim, Mohammad Al Menhali and Almas present their best songs to celebrate the event.
Visitors to the Al Majaz Theater will live in the atmosphere of a song evening full of joy and happiness, commemorating the founding of the United Arab Emirates and the 50-year-old parade of quality achievements that have lined up the United Arab Emirates and its community. Countries that follow global development experience.
The organizing committee made ticket bookings for the general public on the website: platinumlist.net and led to citizens and residents of all nationalities and ages attending the event, and the proceeds of the event go to the Big Heart Foundation. Established under the guidance of Sheikh Jawahar bint Muhammad Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs in Sharjah, the wife of Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, a member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah.
Based in the United Arab Emirates, the Foundation was established with the aim of co-ordinating humanitarian efforts to help children outside the United Arab Emirates, vulnerable and needy children and their families.
The concert, hosted by artist Hussein Al Jazmi at the Al Majaz Theater in Sharjah, comes as part of a series of art events organized by the Sharjah Emirate Committee for the Fifth National Day celebrations, which include entertainment and cultural activities. The event is celebrated by the general public from all walks of life, covering the cities and important places of the Emirate of Sharjah.Tourism and Cultural Leadership.
His Excellency Tariq Saeed Alai, Deputy Chairman of the Sharjah Committee for Sharjah National Day Celebrations, stressed that the celebrations that have spread across the cities of Sharjah on the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the union are gaining many national meanings and meanings this year. Thanks to the brilliant leadership and excellent visions that have represented the approach to growth and construction, the next fifty years will add pride to the tangible achievements of the prosperous and prosperous United Arab Emirates over half a century.
Alai added: “Our National Day celebration and the first fifty years of our union are associated with the distribution of proceeds to a charity known for its contributions to spreading goodwill and supporting the poor everywhere. Sheikh Dr. Sultan. Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah , Within the efforts of Sheikh Jawahar Bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs in Sharjah.
It is noteworthy that the Al Majaz Theater has established itself as a leading tourist and entertainment destination in the Emirate, hosting world-class cultural events and concerts featuring internationally renowned artists and stars from within and outside the Arab world. The theater offers a variety of musical talents; Greek music legend Yani, Latin music legend Julio Iglesias, British artist Emily Sandy, British-Irish artist and poet Chris de Berg, Arab stars Mohammed Abdo, Marcel Khalif, Asla Nasri, Angam, Novel Al Chokbi, Majid Alwaz and Majid Alwaz.
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