Martyr Ronahî Bawer Govend Festival kicks off on 29 July in Hesêke
Martyr Ronahî Bawer Govend Festival will be held in the city of Hesêke on 29-31 July. The festival has not been held since 2019 due to the attacks.
The Organizing Committee of Martyr Ronahî Bawer Govend Festival said that despite the invasion attacks, this year the festival will be held.
Held for the first time in 2015, Martyr Ronahî Bawer Govend Festival is on its 5th edition. The festival starts on 29 July at the Serdem Cultural Center in the city of Hesêkê. The event, which includes cultural activities and plays from different peoples living in Northern and Eastern Syria, will start with the Govend groups performance in the city.
Kurds, Arabs, Assyrians, Circassians, Turkmen, will join the festival from Shehba to Dêrîk. There will be 20 Govend groups. Music groups will also take the stage at the festival, where a competition will also be held.
The Organizing Committee of the Festival said: “We have not been able to hold our festival since 2019 due to the war caused by the Turkish invasion attacks. However, this year, we will hold our festival despite all the attacks.”