Hamra Street is one of the main streets of the city of Beirut, and it is located in the neighborhood of the same name, Hamra. Its technical name is Rue 31 and is considered as a main economic and diplomatic hub of Beirut.

Although it has yet to revive fully its pre-war legacy, Hamra Street has undergone many renovations and is still regarded by many as the heart of the city.

Prior to 1975, Hamra Street was referred to as Beirut’s "Champs Elysees” as it was frequented by tourists all year round. It hosts a good number of hotels, furnished apartments, and coffee shops that cater to visitors and students from close by American University of Beirut and Lebanese American University. During the last few years, it has been revitalized, with many new upscale bars, cafes, restaurants, and shops opening, and is becoming a popular district for shopping, nightlife, and cuisine once again.

We conducted several festivals each year at Hamra Street. Hamra Streets Festival aim is to exhibit the cultural and artistic diversity of Lebanon in general and Hamra Street in particular. The festivals have encompassed a vast number of activities and events that target all age groups. Participation in the festivals is flexible, and it greatly encourages amateur such as musicians, Artists and Free-Lancers in all fields of the Arts.