Top 10 Events to Visit in September
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Sept 7 – Sept 8
The city will celebrate its birthday on Sept 7 – Sept 8. The organizers will yet again endeavor to astonish Muscovites and guests of the city with the scale of the events. Parades and fairs, carnivals and concerts, artists’ shows and traditional grandiose fireworks are all planned in celebration of the holiday. The city’s day in Moscow is always a fun holiday for everyone!
Moscow’s Free Museum Week: Sept 9 – Sept 15
– Tsarytsino Museum https://bit.ly/2YDaywg
Get the most out of the city of Moscow!
– State Darwin Museum https://bit.ly/2yM58Q3
-The Museum of Russian&Foreign Ceramics, The Kuskovo Estate https://bit.ly/2Knhg0G
– The Underground Museum and The Media Centre of Zaryadye Park https://bit.ly/2OLTMqd
– The Moscow Museum https://bit.ly/31qXqHt
– The English Court https://bit.ly/2YOTKO0
– The New Manege https://bit.ly/2GVI3iw
– The Ilya Glazunov Gallery https://bit.ly/2ZN1Hoi
– The State Museum of Biology https://bit.ly/2YwZUHg
The International Circus Festival in Moscow
Sept 12 – Sept 22
World festival of circus art «Idol» is opening in the Great Moscow circus in September!
The festival will feature artists from all around the world — a total of more than participants!
Water Music Show in Europe’s Biggest Oceanarium
Sept 1, 7, 8
Moscow’s Oceanarium is a must visit place for adults and kids. It is considered to be the biggest oceanarium in Europe. This season the venue welcomes its visitors with a new festive show- “ A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.
The Sleeping Beauty Dreams Show
Sleeping Beauty Dreams is a retelling of the Brothers Grimm fairytale, exploring the untold story of Princess Aurora’s 100 years of dreams. A new kind of theatrical experience combining live performance, art, and technology to show that the world of dreams is unique and doesn’t have to be confined by time or space.
The “Swan Lake” Ballet at Bolshoi Theatre
Tickets are selling out fast!
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.
Evanescence, the world famous American metal band with Amy Lee’s piercing female vocals and painfully profound lyrics, is coming back to Russia next autumn.
“WorldFood Moscow” Fest
September 24 – September 27
The event is the main platform in Russia where food trade professionals, international associations, government ministers can assess the market; network with existing and new clients, as well as conduct and conclude deals for the future.WorldFood Moscow annually gathers international food and drink companies from over 62 countries.