During 5 days, the Red City vibrated with the sounds and rhythms of folk music performing for a public hungry for discovery and rediscovery. The 2011 had a record attendance. Almost 500,000 festival-goers responded to the call of music, art, culture and authenticity the organisers said.
The shows, organization, security were perfect and the new team appointed to head the FFM is working with a fresh vision for a concept rooted in tradition but resolutely turned towards renewal and creativity.
The success of this festival is also due to excellent performances and immense talent of Moroccan artists. The public enjoyed the performances of 450 artists. This was accompanied by the crackling flashes and the zoom of press cameras with the presence of 150 national and international journalists.
This year, the FNAP also saw the creation of the Village Festival. Dedicated to this celebration of Moroccan popular arts, it has hosted dozens of cultural events. At the heart of the Village that the festival has offered fans of the magical moments of music and rhythmic tones that are the hallmarks of Morocco's rich and diverse.
The Badii Palace was no exception. The Palace whqse magic still attracts many visitors showed was almost full every night.
The festival will return next year with new programming, new discoveries, and other surprises.
Until the next time!!