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About Batroun City

A coastal city founded by the Phoenicians, located 50 km north of Beirut, and 29 km south of Tripoli

The city is famous for its historical churches and sites some dating back to the 7th century. Among the many archeological features of Batroun is St-Stephan’s Cathedral; It is considered to be among the biggest in Lebanon and overlooks the town harbor.

In its old streets, a Phoenician fortress and a theatre excavated by the Romans from which only eleven steps remain. Batroun is also known for its port, since the main source of income for its citizens has been for many years fishing. Along the charming coast of the city lay many beaches and resorts, along with a bundle of restaurants serving a variety of food ranging from Lebanese cuisine to local seafood specialties and western dishes.

It is also important to mention the famous fresh and delicious lemonade. Batroun has also become vibrant at night, harboring a variety of nightclubs and pubs not to forget its cultural festivals and events celebrated in summer.

About Batroun International Festival

The festival had a shy and amateur debut in the early 90’s until it acquired international standards and earned its place among international cultural festivals. In 2009, the BATROUN INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL was born and started hosting leading local and international artist from all over the world. BATROUN INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL had the honor of hosting artists like Magida Roumi, Ragheb Alameh, Georges Wassouf, Oussama Rahbani & Hiba Tawaji, Heartbeat, Georgian National Ballet, Masari, Engelbert, Ali Campbel, Chinese Performing Art Troupe and many many more…

Beer, Wine & Seafood Festival
August 6, 2017

After Last year’s massive success, the first of it’s kind festival in Lebanon for Beer, Wine and Seafood is back this year in Batroun. More than 30 Lebanese wineries, breweries, Sea Food restaurants and more than 5000 people, in addition to a respected number of food bloggers and “connaisseurs” get together in one festive night in Batroun to taste the best of these all Lebanese products.

Carole Samaha
August 12, 2017

A magical night with the multitalented Carole Samaha on Saturday August 12, live on the Batroun International Festival Stage. Carole will be performing her all-time greatest hits as well as songs from her newly released album in a night full of charm and beauty.

Bonnie Tyler
August 18, 2017

A Welsh singer, known for her distinctive husky voice. Tyler came to prominence with the release of her 1977 album ”The World Starts Tonight” and its singles “Lost in France” and “More Than a Lover”. Her 1978 single “It’s a Heartache” reached number four on the US Single Chart, and number three on the US Billboard Ho 100. In the 1980s, Tyler’s biggest hit “Total Eclipse of The Heart” Tyler’s other major 1980s hit “I need a Hero”. Her latest album Rocks and Honey was released in 2013

Wael Kfoury
August 19, 2017

In a night to remember, the Batroun International Festival presents Wael Kfoury as he sings the night away with his outstanding magical voice. Wael will be performing his all-time most beautiful hits promising one of the most enchanting Arabic concerts for the summer of 2017.

Batroun Med.
Film Festival
September 7/10, 2017

For the first time, Batroun Mediterranean Film Festival (BMFF) will launch in its first edition this September with a selection of short films from the 21 countries of the Mediterranean Sea. These movies will be showcased in the magical atmosphere roaming with the night summer breeze of Batroun.


Batroun Mediterranean Film Festival

September 7/10

Booking Info

Tickets on sale at:

Virgin Megastore Lebanon.
All branches
+961 1 999 666

Batroun Main Road, Lebanon
+961 71 44 00 71