Moscow Weekend: July 13 – July 14
Russian Drift Series 2019
July 13 – July 14
Pro-level Russian drifting has come on leaps and bounds in recent years, and today the series is regarded as one of the best on the planet. The organizers have invested in overseas drivers and judges, world-class tracks.
“Love&Peace” Festival in the Aptekarsky Garden
The annual “Love&Peace” will gather international artists and performance in order to create unique space of love, peace and happiness in one city oasis – the Aptekarsky Garden.
Special 3D Concert with a sand animation at the Cathedral
On July 13 the eternal music masterpieces played on organ will go hand in hand with unsteady and floaty images of sand animation, blending one into another at Russia’s biggest Catholic Cathedral.
Raymonda at Bolshoi Theatre
Raymonda is a story, bases on a medieval chivalrous legend, here is a ballet with a detective plot with kidnappings and joyous releases, and, of course, many magnificent dance scenes of classical ensembles.
July 12 – July 14
Park Live is an annual international festival in Moscow that usually attracts around 25 to thirty thousand visitors. This year it will be headlined by 30 Seconds to Mars and more!
Grand Russian Show “Kostroma”
See the ballet masterpiece and artistic perspective into the depth of Russian history. The show is recommended for all ages and interests. Watch the trailer below.
Geek Picnic Festival
July 13 – July 14
the largest European open air festival dedicated to popular science, modern technology, science and art will be held on the territory of the Kolomenskoye Museum. Entrance ticket prices start at 750 roubles. For more information, please, click here.
The International Flower Show
July 10 – July 14
The International Moscow Flower Show is regarded as the largest and most successful horticultural event in the city. It encompasses a huge exhibition, lectures and markets.Tens of landscape specialists will be presenting their projects at Muzeon from July 10 until July 14. Entrance price is 500 rubles.
The Swan Lake Ballet ( The “Moscow Ballet Summer” Festival)
The “Swan Lake” ballet with brilliant music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky is currently the most famous ballet in the world, and a symbol of the Russian ballet. The base of the story is an old German legend telling about a beautiful princess Odette turned into a swan by the curse of an evil wizard Rothbart. The “Swan Lake” is an ever young lyrical charm of a classic dance inspired plasticity of pattern, a mysterious harmony of music and choreography.
July 13 Book Tickets HERE
July 14 BOOK TICKETS HERE