This Week

MONDAY - 3

CONCERT: 25th International Guitar Festival of J.K. Mertz. Enjoy the beginning of the week by listening to melodies performed by Slovak flute and guitar duo. Tickets 70 Sk. Starts at 19:00. Koncertná sieň Klarisky (Klarisky Concert Hall), Farská 4. Tel: 5443 2942.


TUESDAY - 4

LIVE MUSIC: To celebrate the United State's Independence Day, Montana's Grizzly Bar will host a Fourth of July concert complete with fireworks and the musical stylings of the band Drink Drank Drunk. Admission free. Music starts at 19:00. Michalská 19. Tel: 5443 4998.


WEDNESDAY - 5

EXHIBITION: Atelier 53. Along with graphics and paintings by Marek Ormandík and Fero Malík, the band Funny Fellows will play songs by Louis Armstrong. Admission free. Starts at 19:00. Gallery Michalský Dvor, Michalská ulica 3. Tel: 5441 1079.


THURSDAY - 6

CONCERT: Blues Party. Famous Slovak blues musicians Bobos & Frozen Dozen, J. L. Sveda, J.Turtev and S. Josifoska play at Aligátor pub. Admission free. Starts at 20:00. Aligátor. Laurinská 7. Tel: 5441 8611.


FRIDAY - 7

DISCO: Oldies Disco. Hotel Tatra invites you to listen and dance to songs from the 60's to the 80's in its newly refurbished dance club. Admission: 250 Sk (food included). Námestie 1 Mája 5. Tel: 5927 2111 or 5927 2105.


SATURDAY - 8

EXHIBITION: Fire. Second part of the exhibition entitled The Four Elements in Creative Art. Admission 20-40 Sk. Open daily except Mon 10:00-18:00. Galéria Mesta Bratislavy, Mirbachov Palác, Františkánske nám. 11. Tel: 5443 1556-8.


SUNDAY - 9

PERFORMANCE: Teatro Étero. Slovak theatre Teatro Tatro performs dances on the streets and squares of the Old Town as part of the summer's selection of street theatre performances. Admission free. Starts at 19:00. Dancers will perform outside throughout the Old Town

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