Funding from the Al Majaz Amphitheater concert to support the Big Heart Foundation’s charitable efforts to help refugees and the needy.
The stage is set for a special National Day concert on Thursday, December 3, at Sharjah’s Al Majaz Amphitheater, featuring Emirati musician Hussein Al Jassmi and other artists such as Aryam, Jassim Mohammed, Faisal Al Jasem and Arib.
Funds raised from the concert will support the Big Heart Foundation’s aid programs in helping refugees and needy people around the world.
The Big Heart Humanitarian Foundation was founded by Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, UNHCR’s Special Advocate for Children, and is committed to promoting global relief efforts to help vulnerable and needy children and their families around the world, especially the Arab World. and development efforts. The foundation adopted the message of the promotion and protection of the rights of children and their families.
Tariq Saeed Allay, vice-chair of the Sharjah Committee for National Day Celebrations, said, “This is an important milestone in the history of the UAE and the Arab world. This is a time to celebrate the journey and success of a nation with a rich history of land donation. The UAE in its determination and the efforts of its people have made the world proud of its remarkable achievements in such a short time. ”
All the necessary programs and precautionary measures as approved by the National Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Authority and Sharjah Executive Council directives are in place to ensure the safety and well-being of all who attend the concert, he stressed.
Organized by the Sharjah Committee to mark National Day, all necessary measures to monitor Covid-19 will be available at the event. Al Jassmi and other artists have been selected for the concert based on their contributions and standing in the UAE and the region. All the artists are known for their famous Emirati and Gulf Arabic songs that enrich the nation’s heritage.
The Al Majaz Amphitheater will allow only half of its capacity to remain due to the limitations of Covid-19. The open-air theater is equipped with specialized facilities for people with disabilities including dedicated parking. A trained team will be available to assist people with disabilities and accompany them to their seats. The concert will be preceded by a special game on the waters of Khalid Lagoon, organized by Sharjah International Marine Sports Club.