The third day of the Mawazine-Rhythms of the World 2024 Festival solidified its status as a must-attend event, drawing ever-growing crowds. Starting at 5:30 PM, Cuarteto Tafi took the stage at Chellah. This Argentine group captivated the audience with a masterful and energetic performance, blending folklore with modern sounds, creating a musical journey that bridged continents with every note.

The Bouregreg stage pulsated with the beats of Luidji at 9:30 PM. The French rapper brought raw energy and incisive lyrics, capturing the essence of Parisian streets and translating it with palpable intensity to the Moroccan riverbanks. Just moments later, Yamê continued to electrify the Bouregreg stage with an equally powerful and engaging performance.

Over at OLM Souissi, Ateez turned up the heat with a stunning show. Their synchronized choreography and catchy beats had the crowd buzzing with excitement, each song met with enthusiastic cheers. Later in the evening, Alawn took over, bringing renewed energy and infectious rhythms that kept the audience on their toes.

The Nahda stage delighted fans of oriental music from 10:00 PM with Balqees. Her melodic ballads and powerful voice struck a chord, creating an atmosphere of emotion and connection. Meanwhile, the Salé stage echoed with the voices of Muslim and Ihsane Regragui. Muslim, an iconic figure in Moroccan rap, set the stage ablaze with his impactful lyrics and charismatic presence. Ihsane Regragui, on the other hand, enchanted the audience with her contemporary interpretations, proving that the new generation has its place in this grand festival.

A highlight of the day was the hologram concert of Oum Keltoum at the Mohammed V National Theater, drawing a record crowd. Using cutting-edge technology, the Arab music icon was brought back to life for an unforgettable performance, offering spectators a unique and moving experience.