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Foreigners: Events around Slovakia

Tips for performances and other events in the Slovak regions between September 2 and 11, including festival, concerts, fairs, ballet and more.

Radvanský jarmok/ fair(Source: Ján Krošlák)

Around Slovakia
Košice, Piešťany - CONCERT: Czech group Stromboli; Starts: Sep 6, 20:00. Košice, 19:00, Piešťany
Western Slovakia
Trnava - FAIR: A Traditional presentation not only of Slovak culture; Starts: Sep 9 - 11
Červený Kameň - FESTIVAL: Concerts in Červený Kameň Castle; Starts: Sep 10, 11:00
Central Slovakia
Banská Bystrica - CONCERT: Trixie Whitley; Starts: Sep 2, 19:00
Banská Bystrica - FAIR: Radvanský jarmok/ fair; Starts: Sep 9 - 11
Banská Štiavnica - EXHIBITION: Works by Dorota Sadovská; Open: 13:00 - 18:00 
Eastern Slovakia
Spišská Nová Ves - EXHIBITIONS: Three closing exhibitions; Open: Tue - Fri 9:00 - 16:30, Sun 11:00 - 16:00 until Sep 4
Košice - CONCERT: Romanian group; Starts: Sep 2, 20:00
Košice - BALLET: The Story of Doctor Dolittle for children; Starts: Sep 11, 16:00
Bratislava
Programme of events in Bratislava can be found here.
 

Around Slovakia

Košice, Piešťany

CONCERT: Czech group Stromboli - After the spring sell out concert in Bratislava this may be the the last chance to see legendary group Stromboli together. Czech composer, guitarist, singer, songwriter and producer Michal Pavlíček will present an original composition: Bára Basiková (singer), Vilém Čok (bassguitarist and vocalist), Vendula Kašpárková(keyboardist), Jiřím Veselým (bassguitarist) and Kladio Kryšpín (drums). Starts: Sep 6, 20:00. Košice, Social Pavilion. Sep 7, 19:00, Piešťany, House of culture. Admission: from €20. More info: www.ticketportal.sk.

Western Slovakia

Trnava

FAIR: A Traditional presentation not only of Slovak culture -The fair is held to mark the occasion of the preservation of traditions in this oldest free royal town in Slovakia. The  rich three-day-program includes various types of music, workshops, shows and also carousels. Starts: Sep 9 - 11. Trinity Square. Admission: free. More info: www.trnava.jarmok.sk.

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Červený Kameň

FESTIVAL: Concerts in Červený Kameň Castle - The 12th year of the Czech festival, “Hrady CZ” brings a surprise from the organizators – A Slovak vesrion of the festival. Slovenskéhrady/ Slovak Castles has prepared music from the Slovak pop-rock scene for its visitors. The festival atmosphere will be completed by gastronomy, tea-rooms or free castle tours. Starts: Sep 10, 11:00. Červený Kameň Castle. Admission:€19 (in advance), €25 (on the day). More info: www.citylife.sk.

Central Slovakia

Banská Bystrica

CONCERT: Trixie Whitley - A Belgian American multi-instrumentalist, daughter of singer-songwriter Chris Whitley comes to Slovakia for the first time. Her varied artist's palette  includes electronics, RnB and the vulnerable ethos of singer-songwriters tempered by the individuality of punk rock. Starts: Sep 2, 19:00. Záhrada - Center of Independent Culture. Admission: €15 - €20. More info: www.kamdomesta.sk

Banská Bystrica

FAIR: Radvanský jarmok/ fair – This renowned event in central Slovakia is also called the fair of all fairs. The program includes folk crafts, music, theatre and dance performances, workshops and lots of other activities. The fair which started in the 17th century, is always held at the beginning of September. Starts: Sep 9 - 11. Square SNP. Admission: free. More info: www.banskabystrica.sk.

Banská Štiavnica

EXHIBITION: Works by Dorota Sadovská - Slovak artist, who works with motifs quite rare in Slovak painting during the last decades, such as realistic nude studies, monumental portraiture and Christian iconography. Dorota Sadovská is one of the key representatives of contemporary Slovak painting. Open: 13:00 - 18:00 except Tuesday and Wednesday until Sep 12. Schemnitz Gallery, A.Sladkovica 53/2. More info: www.schemnitz.sk.

Eastern Slovakia

Spišská Nová Ves

EXHIBITIONS: Three closing exhibitions - There are three current exhibitions in the Spiš Artists Gallery, which are ending at the beginning of September. Femme Fatale presents a motif of woman in a selection of works created by 49 eastern artists,Živá maľba/ Live Painting is the artist's concept of Gabriela Garlatyová and a photo exhibition by Pavol Breier is namedĽudia Himalájí/ People of the Himalayas. Open: Tue - Fri 9:00 - 16:30, Sun 11:00 - 16:00 until Sep 4. Zimná 46. More info: www.gus.sk.

Košice

CONCERT: Romanian group – A ten-member-group from Romania comes to Eastern Slovakia and plays Romanian folk songs that are interpreted by their own, current style, but without the loss of their original essence. Fanfare Shukar is led by clarinettist Pantiru Costica. Starts: Sep 2, 20:00. Tabačka Kulturfabrik. Admission: €4. More info: www.ticket-art-sk.

Košice

BALLET: The Story of Doctor Dolittle for children –Adventure, dance, fairy tale in three acts based on the story by British novelist Hugh Lofting - Doctor Dolittle. A story about a friendship between human and animal is directed and choreographed by Ondrej Šoth. Performers are: Jozef Marčinský, Vasil Sevastyanov, Oleksandr Khablo and others. Starts: Sep 11, 16:00. State Theatre Košice, Hlavná 58. Admission: €2 - €4. More info: www.sdke.sk.

 

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