All you need to know about [fjúžn] 2020

Many fjúžn festival events, including the Umbrella March, are planned in Bratislava despite pandemic restrictions.

People take part in the Umbrella March in Bratislava in mid-June 2019.People take part in the Umbrella March in Bratislava in mid-June 2019. (Source: Anna Fay)

Bratislava will again shine a light on foreigners living in Slovakia thanks to the [fjúžn] festival, which takes place in the capital for the fifteenth time.

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, there are plenty of events, including the Umbrella March and Humans of [fjúžn], scheduled. However, restrictions will affect the capacity of the festival. What should you expect and what should you get ready for?

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Nina Galanská and Kristína Hamárová of Milan Šimečka Foundation will walk you through the programme of the festival, which starts on September the 18th and ends on the 26th.

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