Aya Daghnouj opened the show and took the audience, through her soft and powerful voice, into a magical journey by performing a selection of the most difficult songs.
With great confidence, Aya Daghnouj offered to the audience one of the rare pearls of the diva Om kolthoum. The young singer then performed a selection of old songs from the heritage of El Kef, her region of origin.
Place was then to the young artist Ahmed Rebaii who surprised the audience with two mythical songs from the Arabic repertoire, the first "Jabba" by the great Egyptian singer Abdelhalim Hafedh, and then "Ya Cheghla Beli" and “Ya Bousaid ya Aali” of the great Ali Riahi: two songs of great musical quality and very hard to perform that the young singer interpreted in a way that amazed the audience. Ahmed Rebai also sang “Amma Baraoua” of the great singer Najet Essaghira and then offered to the audience a selection of his own songs namely “Ana Nhebek Menghir Tfalsif” and “Waad” to end the show later with the song “Al Mahkama” that he performed with Eya Daghnouj.