The Iranian capital has been the focus of a number of solariums across the globe, and this year Tehran has been one of the first cities to host the annual event.

The city is already home to an array of Iranian-themed music festivals that have become a hit among the countrys youth, with the majority of those events featuring Iranian musicians.

With the event now coming to American shores, we caught up with the event’s organizers to find out more about what you can expect to see at the Tehran Solarium Music Festival, the event that’s been running for a decade.

How did you decide on the name for the event?

The event is called Solarium and we chose the name because of our experience growing up in Iran.

We’re very fond of the country and the people who have been there.

We started the event in 2005 and since then it’s been growing.

We’ve grown from a small festival to a global event that attracts thousands of visitors each year.

What’s the vibe like at the festival?

This year’s event will be the largest and longest-running event in the country, with over 5,000 musicians playing music and more than 1,500 vendors selling handmade goods.

The main stage will be filled with Iranian-style dancers, singers, actors, singers and musicians.

We will have a stage for the Iranian community and other internationals, including world music stars like Zayn Malik, Nelly Furtado, and more.

The festival will also feature a full line-up of performances from Iran’s leading musicians and bands.

What kind of things will you be seeing?

The main stage at the Solarium will be packed with performers, with singers performing the music, artists performing the lyrics and dancers performing the dancing.

There will also be food vendors selling Iranian food and other Persian and international food products.

How will you keep up with all of the activities?

We will be posting live updates on our Facebook page on Twitter @Solarium_Musik and we will also have a full lineup of shows from Iranian artists.

What kind of people will you see?

The festival is meant to bring people together in an atmosphere of camaraderie and friendship.

Are you going to have people from the United States and Europe?

We plan to bring in people from all over the world and we hope to be able to meet many people from Iran in our concerts and on stage.

What are your plans for the next year?

The Solarium is going to continue to grow, as we look to get more people together for concerts and other events.

We also plan to continue providing more entertainment and showcasing local artists, as well as promoting and promoting Iranian culture.

We plan on bringing more musicians to perform for the people of Iran and we look forward to having more music in Iran and beyond.

What do you think of the event and what are your thoughts on Iranian musicians?

The Iranian musicians are the best in the world.

I love the music they make, the dance they perform and the food they serve.

We are a country that loves music and dance and I am very proud of the fact that we have musicians who share this love.

The festival will continue to expand and evolve with each new year, as more people come to Iran to attend.

We want to bring more people and more artists to Iran and the world, and we are going to bring it in style.

What are your views on the nuclear deal?

The deal is a good one for the United Kingdom, the United states and Iran, and it will certainly help with the festival and other Iranian events in the future.

The nuclear deal will not affect the festival or our events, and as long as we continue to cooperate with the United Nations and other agencies in our cooperation, we are not going to change the festival’s name.

What else do you want to tell people about Solarium?

We want the festival to continue growing and growing in Iran, so we hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

If you would like to get involved in the Solaria community, we invite you to get in touch with us.

Follow Solarium on Facebook for more details on what you’ll be seeing and more information about Solaria.

Source: TechCrunch

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