Ten things you need to know so you don't get lost during the White Night festival

“A manual” for the festival and seven sites choosen by The Slovak Spectator.

After the successful installation of the replica of the Moon, British artist Luke Jerram returns to Bratislava with a detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface.After the successful installation of the replica of the Moon, British artist Luke Jerram returns to Bratislava with a detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface.

The multi-genre festival White Night (Biela Noc) will transform Bratislava’s streets into a magical night walk for the fifth time.

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This weekend, September 27-29, art works, installations and performances by Slovak and foreign artists, performers, musicians and designers will be presented within 49 sites and events scattered around the city centre and in some more remoted localities. Contrary to previous editions, this year the contemporary art festival will extend into the whole weekend with attractions available during all three nights.

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