Top 10 Moscow Events in February
Here are the brightest top 10 Moscow Events of February 2020. The biggest art exhibition has opened steps from Red Square, Jean Paul Gautier presents his unique freak show for the first time in Russia. Europe’s largest amusement Park is opening this month!
Jean Paul Gaultier Fashion Freak Show
Feb 6 – Feb 9
Eccentric, scandalous, provocative, exuberant and funny as ever, Jean Paul Gaultier is shaking up the world once again by inventing a new kind of entertainment between a revue and a fashion show.
The Nutcracker” in the Kremlin
Feb 9, Feb 23
The “Nutcracker” ballet is currently the most famous ballet in the world, and a symbol of the Russian ballet. The “Nutcracker” is an ever young lyrical charm of a classic dance inspired plasticity of pattern, a mysterious harmony of music and choreography with a truly festive spirit.
“The House at the Edge of the Universe” Water Circus Show
The Circus of Dancing Fountains presents a new show featuring world-class athletes, dancers and illusionists. The colored water show has become a calling card of this unfairly underrated Circus production.
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Space Jazz at Lumiere Hall
Enjoy the music in a starry hall, sitting on a sofa and exploring new worlds in space on your very special Valentine’s Day.
The Grand Illusion Show
Feb 14, Feb 16
The world’s greatest magicians, finalists of international festivals, stars of international television contests and shows will take part at the show. Colorful stunts performed by the artists of the show have already conquered the hearts of thousands of spectators and made them believe in the impossible!
Composer and guitarist Goran Bregovic has been a household name in the Balkans for over three decades. Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (then Yugoslavia), to a Croatian father and Serbian mother, which is why he always says that his nationality is Yugoslavian. Bregovic has composed for such varied artists as Iggy Pop and Cesaria Evora.
Magic Art by Salvador Dali Comes
“Salvador Dalí: Magic Art” will open in Manege Central Exhibition Hall in Moscow on January 28th, collecting over 180 works across Dalí’s career, with a section devoted to his wife, Gala, a fellow artist and writer of Russian origin. Check the details here.
“Moscow Maslenitsa” Festival – Feb 21 – Mar 1
Are you ready for the pancake marathon? The annual Maslenitsa festival is the perfect place to try the best Russian foods and to celebrate the end of winter (finally it is ending!!!) The festival will be taking place in the city centre. Entrance is free.
The “Dream Island” Opening
The most anticipated opening of 2020 will be held on the last day of February. Check the details here.