A cave concert to mark the end of summer season

The fourth edition of a weekend event includes a concert in a cave near Považská Bystrica, otherwise closed to public.

The July 2 concert in Pružinská Dúpna CaveThe July 2 concert in Pružinská Dúpna Cave (Source: Courtesy of the Speleological Club Strážovské vrchy-JKSV)
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The Strážovské vrcholenie / Strážov Culmination event marks the end of the tourist and summer/harvest season in the area around the Strážovské vrchy mountains.

The fourth year of this weekend event offers guided tours around the otherwise closed Pružinská Dúpna Jaskyňa cave (from 9:30), and a concert by the Wind Quintet of the Elementary Art School (ZUŠ) in Považská Bystrica (11:00). The event is accessible for children and seniors, according to organisers.

The programme for Sunday, October 1, includes a barbecue at the Kortmanka site, near the Priepasť medzi Kačkami site, visits to the Priepasť / Abyss, music, competitions, and more – all starting from 13:30. More information (including individual visits to the cave and other concerts irregularly organised throughout the year, can be obtained from the local speleology organiser, at bohuslav.kortman@speleostrazov.

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