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St. Patrick's Day and Night in Moscow
9.03.2018 15:53
St. Patrick's Day and Night in Moscow

March 17, 2018 will see the concert “St. Patrick's Day and Night, 2018” as part of the Irish Week Festival in Moscow.


      

In honor of St. Patrick, the patron of the Green Island, the famous folk rock bands, such as Tintal, Troll Gnet El, The Dartz, CUAS, Trelligh, and others will perform on the stage of the Izvestia Concert Hall.


      

In addition, the line-up of invited participants includes talented performers of rhythmic Irish dances, among them Brave Scots, Iridan, Heather, Ceilidh, and many others.


      

Along with the concert program, a large-scale thematic fair, numerous screenings of Irish movies, vivid video installations, and what not are planned within the framework of the festival.


      

When: from 3 pm to 12 pm, on March 17, 2018.


      

Where: Izvestia Concert Hall at the address 5, Pushkin Square, next to Pushkinskaya, Chekhovskaya, and Tverskaya metro stations, Moscow. 


      



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Irish Week Festival St. Patrick's Day and Night Festivals in Moscow Concerts in Moscow  

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