Follow Vogue Arabia

Hussain Al Jassmi to Perform at Bahrain’s Spring of Culture with an Exciting Lineup


Bahrain‘s Spring of Culture is making a return with an exciting lineup. The festival known for its literature, art, and music is set to host Emirati singer Hussain Al Jassmi among many other international artists. Spring of Culture has been on a hiatus for two years but is now back with an aim to be better than ever by extending the bridges of cultural communication with the rest of the world. Additionally, the Golden Jubilee theme for this year is also in line with Bahrain’s 50th Independence Day.

This incredibly exciting festival will include theatre performances, dance performances and musical performances alongside exhibitions by artists, pop-up stores, lectures and various other architectural launches. The current season of Spring of Culture will also debut its premier event at the Al Dana Amphitheatre, with Al Jassmi bringing in the evening with his biggest hits on March 4. Renowned Palestinian singer Omar Kamal will also perform at the Bahrain National Theatre on March 10.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Hussain Al Jassmi حسين الجسمي (@7sainaljassmi)

Elsewhere, the Cultural Hall will host a series of shows from all over the world that are held in cooperation with the embassies of nations in the Kingdom. The Great Arias of Opera performance is by the incredible Teatro Massimo which takes audiences on a journey through their celebrated works. In addition to this, there will also be a Qawalli Night which presents Sufi music. Lastly, the dance events will include traditional folk performances in Dar Al Muharraq, Dar Bin Harban and Dar Al Riffa.

“Through the Spring of Culture Festival, we reaffirm the importance of cultural work,” says HE Shaikha Mai Bint Mohammed Al-Khalifa, President of the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities and Chairperson of the Board of the Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage. “Culture is the global language that we use to communicate with different peoples and is our tool to build bridges between the Kingdom of Bahrain and civilizations from around the world.”

Read Next: Arab Indie Music Fans, You Can’t Miss This New Festival in Riyadh

View All
Vogue Collection