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Format: 21/09/2018
Format: 21/09/2018

Dance

Chorégies d'Orange

19 June, 2017

The Chorégies d’Orange are France’s oldest active festival: they date back to 1869!

Hungarian Dance Festival

Hungarian Dance Festival

19 June, 2017

The Hungarian Dance Festival could rightly be the biggest celebration in the Hungarian art of dance.

Euro Chamber Music Festival

Euro Chamber Music Festival

21 June, 2017

Euro Chamber Music Festival (ECMF) is the largest international festival of chamber music in northern Poland attracting renowned artists such as Leszek Mozdzer, Lars Danielsson, Apollon Musagete Quartett, Jean-Marc Fessard, Bartosz Koziak and MozART group.

River Party

22 June, 2017

Greece's biggest music & camping festival!

48 Stunden Neukölln – Das Kunstfestival

23 June, 2017

Since it began in 1999, 48 Stunden Neukölln has developed into an event that is a role model for countless others. It is the largest independent arts festival in Berlin with over 400 events at 250 venues and over 70,000 visitors.

Festival in una notte d'estate - percorsi

Festival in una notte d'estate – percorsi

23 June, 2017

Festival in una notte d’estate – percorsi translates as “Festival in One Night in Summer – Paths”.

Inteatro Festival

Inteatro Festival

23 June, 2017

Inteatro Festival is an international event organized and produced by Inteatro Association. It started in 1977 and since then, every end of June – beginning of July, it enlivens Villa Nappi and some other venues in Polverigi and Ancona.

Water, Music, Flower Festival (Víz, Zene, Virág)

23 June, 2017

The Water, Music, Flower Festival, held on the last weekend of June, is the biggest family festival in Hungary, with nearly 100,000 visitors every year.

Kultur vom Rande

Kultur vom Rande

24 June, 2017

International inclusive festival in Reutlingen, Germany, for and with artists and groups with disabilities and special needs – and everyone else.

Rheingau Musik Festival

24 June, 2017

The 30th Rheingau Musik Festival will be held from 24 June to 2 September 2017. 155 concerts will be held at 42 venues in the Rheingau and its neighbouring regions. The main venues are Eberbach Monastery, Johannisberg Palace, Vollrads Palace and the Wiesbaden Assembly Rooms.

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