By Sara Saoudi
Moroccan star Samira Said is preparing to commemorate the caftanorte event, which is being organized in February 2018, by the Solidarity Association for Art and Culture under the slogan “Moroccan Sahara – Caftan and Sahara roots and extension”.
Zaki Boumalal, director of the fourth session of the festival, said that the participation of Diva Samira Said will constitute a qualitative leap for the festival due to the great status and artistic history that influenced the art scene with modern songs in different dialects. The Golden Voice is one of the first to present songs about the Moroccan Sahara And another national ranked among the creators of the Moroccan song, which made the organizers invite the festival.
The organizers of the festival are seeking to give the caftan the place they deserve. The director of the festival, Zaki Boumalal, has revealed that the caftan does not receive the attention that is deserved by some festival organizers. They use it only commercially. “The city has a geostrategic position as the gate of Africa to Europe, as well as a beautiful historical and historical landscape that brings the visitor in addition to its high tourist qualifications, which will make the clown N Qaptanurti is the most distinguished and successful festival in Morocco. ”
The fourth edition of the caftanorte Festival has a distinguished presence in the political, financial and business worlds, as well as distinguished designers from across the Kingdom and Arab and European countries such as Oman, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Bahrain, the United Kingdom and France. It will be programmed an open day before the show a month in one of the archaeological sites in the capital of the Bogaz to display some pieces of designers participating in the session to introduce this magnificent outfit, which boasts of Moroccans.
The fourth edition of the caftanorte Festival will honor a group of local faces that have emerged in various fields, such as the world champion in the famous marathon Mohammed Al-Saroukh Al-Ayashi.
By Sara Saoudi