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Moscow City Day - Celebrating the 872th Anniversary
For the first ten days of September, Moscow will once again plunge into a series of entertaining, cultural, sports and intellectual events in honor of its 872th anniversary.
Moscow City Day 2018 is Coming Soon
On September 8 and 9 the whole of Moscow will be celebrating the City Day. The number of events going to take place in Moscow at this weekend is breath-taking.


City Day in Moscow will be Held without Mass Festivities
In connection with the ongoing pandemic of the new coronavirus infection, large-scale festivities, including the festival on Tverskaya Street, will not be held in 2020.
Historical Garden Festival in Tsaritsyno Museum Estate
Grand-scale Festival of Historical Gardens has been opened in Tsaritsyno at the threshold of the Moscow City Day.
More than 50 Free Excursions will be Held in Moscow in Honor of the City Day
These excursions will enable people to get acquainted with the history of Triumph Square, the embankments of Moscow, Tverskaya Zastava Square and other famous places of the capital.
Quests, Workshops, and Excursions at Fashion Museum for Moscow City Day
A whole series of events will be held by the Fashion Museum in honor of the Moscow City Day on September 9 & 10.
Kind Moscow Festival
Visitors of the 2nd festival Kind Moscow will cultivate kindness, take part in a charity run and enjoy a music concert in the framework of celebrating the 868th anniversary of Moscow.
Theater Festival Bright People to Run in Moscow
The 4th International Theater Festival 'Bright People' will take place in Moscow on September 5, the City Day.
Aerosmith to Sing in Moscow on City Day
The legendaryr American rock band Aerosmith will give a gig in Moscow.
Moscow City Day: No Alcohol, French Art, And Festive Fireworks
The Russian equivalent of the British Bank Holiday weekend will traditionally celebrate the city day of Moscow. During various events scattered across the entire city no alcohol will be sold, and all drinks will be in plastic bottles. The evening of September 1 will see the festive fireworks, starting at 10.30pm.

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