Philae Temple - Wikipedia
CAIRO - 27 October 2019: The opening of the fourth Afro-Chinese Arts & Folklore Festival launched on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in Philae Temple in celebration of naming Aswan the capital of African youth.
The concert program is scheduled to include a Nile procession for participating teams and a performance inside the temple, in addition to honoring various personalities, who largely contributed to the cultural, artistic and societal aspects of the Egyptian scene.
The fourth edition of the festival will witness the honoring of the Magdi Yacoub Foundation, veteran actress Lubna Abdul Aziz, late Hassan Fakhruddin, and Black Theama Band.
The opening ceremony will be attended by a number of artists, including Mahmoud Kabil, Rania Farid Shawki and Amir Salahuddin. It is worth noting that the fourth edition of the Afro-Chinese Arts & Folklore Festival will run until Oct. 31.