Video: 'Spring Festival Closing Promenade'

  • 10 Jan 2018 11:57 AM
Video: 'Spring Festival Closing Promenade'
On 22 April hundreds of professional and amateur dancers, singers and musicians will start out from central locations in the city – Fővám tér, Városháza park, and Szent István tér – at 11am to announce the arrival of spring.

As the Parade progresses along Andrássy Avenue, there will be performances at ad hoc stops, such as at the Opera, on Liszt Ferenc Square and Kodály körönd, where the dance traditions of the Visegrád countries will be celebrated.

At Heroes’ Square, the parade will be completed with a large 'total-art production;, which will also introduce a related exhibition opening in Műcsarnok the same day.

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