Lebanese artist Ziad Rahbani performs at the Beiteddine Palace in Lebanon's Chouf moutains, south of the capital Beirut, during the Beiteddine International Art Festival on July 12, 2018. AFP / Marwan TAHTAH
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Elsewhere on the water, the Kempinski Hotel's Pier 87 restaurant is hosting an open bar, set seafood menu and several musical acts ($140), while the Four Seasons will feature Voice France contestant Marc Hatem, a five-course menu and an open bar (LL595,000).If you'd prefer to indulge inland, you'll find three lavish parties at Le Gray -- each with a multi-course menu and open bar. New to the hotel's annual program is an event at the hotel's Grand Salon, christened by singer Ziad Rahbani, a three-course menu and an open bar ($250).For a wilder party, look to the 360 Rooftop Bar, where Lebanese singer Nathalie Safi will join forces with an international DJ ($220).You'll also find an open bar and a buffet ($250).
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