LIVE Nancy Ajram in Beirut Holidays 2013

Posted on August 9th, 2013 by Samar Kai

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Nancy Ajram stood on the stage of Beirut Holidays 2013 in it’s first day , on August 9, 2013 and she held a huge concert which was attended by the Minister of Information, Walid Daouk, Minister Leila Solh Hamadeh, British Ambassador Tom Fletcher, in addition to many celebrities, and media figures.

In her first appearance, Nancy Ajram shined like a star in a silvery sleek “Emilio Pucci” dress and Effy’s jewelry, she saluted the audience, including her husband and father, and she opened the concert with her song “Akhasmak Ah” and then performed many Arabic songs of her own like “Ah W Noss”, ” Meen Da Li Nseek”,”Lawn 3younak “, ” Ya Ghali 3alaye”, …. and she stunningly performed a Tarab song for the late Warda Al Jazaeiriya ” Batwannes Beek ” and another 6arab song “Daret El Ayyam”.

Nancy Ajram 2013 Beirut Holidays concert

During the break, the skilled and talented Lebanese musician Rony Barrak had a 20 minutes performance ( Read more about: Rony Barrak in Beirut Holidays 2013 ). In her second appearance, Nancy Ajram come back was in a blue dress designed by the Lebanese Fashion designer ” Elie Saab “, as well as for the shoes and accessories.

Watch Nancy Ajram in live concert in Beirut Holidays 2013

Nancy Ajram

In Pictures – Nancy Ajram photos at Beirut Holidays 2013



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