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Bassel & The Supernaturals Presented by The Moss Center

Bassel & The Supernaturals tells the story of Bassel Almadani's experience as a first generation Syrian-American, using soulful melodies, funk inspired rhythms, and captivating lyrics regarding love, loss, otherness, and the war in Syria. The band is making its national television debut in May 2024 as part of a new PBS docuseries, starring Dule Hill entitled “The Express Way”.  This documentary will expound on the transformative power of the arts.

Echoing Stevie Wonder’s rhythm and blues, Jamiroquai’s social justice centered lyricism over jazz-infused funk, and Steely Dan’s seamless amalgam of American music, Bassel & The Supernaturals evoke joy and thoughtfulness in its diverse audiences across North America. In addition to performing in major festivals, performance halls, concert series, and clubs, the group works closely with organizations on events and residencies that build awareness and empathy for Syrian refugees and immigrants. 

Deeply inspired by Otis Redding, Bassel uses the stage as a vehicle to unite his listeners and share the story of his cultural duality. A substantial portion of the group’s proceeds benefit the Karam Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on building a better future for Syria.

VIP ticket includes table seating and complimentary wine, beer, or soft drink.

Note: All Patrons entering the facility require a ticket including infants. Outside food & beverage are not allowed into the venue. Strollers are not permitted inside the auditorium.

To purchase tickets click here.

Discounted Tickets Availability

Ask our Box Office (786-573-5300) about 10% off the ticket price for seniors and military personnel.

ADA Information

It is the policy of Miami-Dade County to comply with all the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Dennis C. Moss Cultural Arts Center facility is accessible and Assistive Listening Devices are available in the Main Stage Auditorium and the Black Box Theater space.   

Aira visual interpretation services are also available at The Moss Center.  Aira is an on-demand, live, visual interpretation service made available to people who are blind or visually impaired.  The service is free and available to download on all smartphones. There is no limit for usage.  For more information about Aira, please visit  

To request materials in accessible format, and/or any accommodation to attend an event at The Moss Center, please contact Stephanie Aponte, 786-573-5314,, at least five days in advance to initiate your request, TTY users may also call 711 (Florida Relay Service).  

By ML Staff. Images courtesy of The Moss Center


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