The Kapa Festival will take place from May 31 to June 1 at the beautiful Tohisoo Manor Park in Kohila. This time, the two-day Kapa Festival (formerly known as Kaparock) presents the well-known Estonian artists to the audience.
The festival presents the modern culture of Narva and St. Petersburg in its entire diversity: music, theatre, cinema, street performances, meetings with creative people and club nights.
’Stencibility’ is an annual street art festival that began in 2010 in Tartu, and now it simultaneously takes place in other cities as well.
As a headquarter of culture (awarded the title of 2020 European Capital of Culture) where better to host one of Ireland’s best arts festivals?
This world-renowned arts festival will take place on 15-28 July 2019 with an array of performances, installations, launches, exhibits, experiences and events.
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“Visit the Festival of Folk Arts in Budapest’s Castle District if you want to find out more about Hungary’s and other nations’ rich folklore and crafts straight from the horse’s mouth. Organized for the 32nd time, the Festival is the most significant forum for living folk culture in Hungary. The most renowned local artists and craftsmen from different regions of the country will introduce their skills handed down from many generations.”
From its beginning in 1997, almost all of the city’s 80 museums and memorials have taken part in the long night. Each event offers a different combination of museums and a new program (with ever more museums and initiatives joining in) so that visitors are guaranteed a diverse experience and new discoveries every time.