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COUNTRY:  Lebanon
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Festival Name:    Beiruit Nights
Year Established:  2008 - present  

  Beirut Central District, Lebanon     

Month Of The Festival:
Summer (June-August), but the festival dates can sometimes vary
Genre Of Music:
Rock, Hip-Hop, Pop, R&B, Classical, Theatre, Opera & Jazz                  
Previous Featured Artist's:   Sting, Mariah Carey, Phil Collins, Ricky Martin, Snoop Dogg, Michael Bolton, Shaggy, Kelly Rowland, Sean Kingston, Keane

Official Website:    
Interesting Fact:
 Luciano Pavarotti performed a charity concert in Beirut in 1999, to mark the reemergence of Lebanon back onto the world stage after the civil war. There was more than 20,000 people in attendance. 
COUNTRY:  United Arab Emirates
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Festival Name:  Dubai Desert Rock Festival
Year Established:  2004 - present  

  The Dubai Festival City, Dubai     

Average Attendance:
Attendances have
varied from 3,500 - 10,000
Genre Of Music:
Rock & Metal
Previous Featured Artist's:   Motorhead, Arch Enemy, Muse, Velvet Revolver, Korn, The Bravery, Robert Plant, The Prodigy, Reel Big Fish, Limp Bizkit

Official Website:    
Interesting Fact:
 The Dubai Desert Rock Festival is the only festival of it's kind in the Middle East. Initially a one day festival, it now has become a 2-day event. 
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