Valentine’s Day 2019 Events and Parties in Moscow
Here is our Moscow Events Calendar 2019 with the main food and cultural events, shows for kids, free days and street and film festivals!
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Though this week won’t be warm and sunny in Moscow, this Thursday might be truly unforgettable with a bunch of special events and concerts scheduled for Feb 14 in the city. Treat yourself to a little fun, even if you don’t like Valentine’s Day ( you are not alone).
The Neighbourhood started out in 2011 as a group of friends. Their 2013 debut album, I Love You, and the double-platinum hit single “Sweater Weather” catapulted the band to the top of the pop and alternative charts. “Sweater Weather” emerged as one of the biggest singles of 2013 and The Neighbourhood went on to sell out venues throughout the U.S. and Europe.
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The “Love Is…” Winter Party on Ice
For one day one of biggest ice rinks in Europe – the “Rocket” ice rink will become the alley of hearts with a dance floor and street performances. Operating hours 17.00 – 22.00.
The Grand Illusion Show
World-known magicians and wizards will gather in Moscow to take part in a mind-bending event – the Grand Illusion Show to astonish the audience with their mastery.
The “HeartBeat” Festival – St. Valentine’s Day
Russia’s main trance music festival will fill the hearts of the audience in Moscow with tenderness and passion.Starring Emma Hewitt, Christian Burns, Feel and others, the next episode of the TranceMission festival will be dropped in the Moscow club Adrenaline Stadium at the most romantic weekend of the year and will be dedicated to the relevant theme of Saint Valentine.The cult trance music festival with the 17-year-old history is bringing together the best Russian and foreign stars of the genre again to make the lovers’ hearts beat in unison with hypnotic electronic passages.
The Romeo and Juliet Ballet
The most famous story ever told about the “star-crossed” lovers became even more passionate and dramatic as a ballet . Spoil the Valentine in your life with an unforgettable theatrical experience.
“The Other Side of Reality” Project
Starting Feb 14
Erik Johansson creates “street illusions” in 3D – large-scale drawings that transform the space of the street, mesmerizing passers-by with their realism. On February 14 his exhibition opens for the first time in Moscow at the Lumiere Brothers Center of Photography!
Erik’s photographic projects have been shown in different cities all over the world, including in Sweden, the Czech Republic and Australia.
The whole process of creating the work is divided into three stages. The first is drawing. Johansson works through a lot of ideas on paper. Once he has selected the best, he looks for places, architectural structures and objects that could be part of the final image. This stage can last for months or even years. Check the video below.
He then takes pictures of the objects and works on the footage on a computer, connecting the elements and processing the frame. All stages of the process are equally important for the final image.
Check the schedule and purchase the tickets here.