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Bucharest Days celebrated with music, theatre and riding show this week-end

The Bucharest Center for Cultural Projects will organize this week-end the “Bucharest Days” cultural event dedicated to celebrating the Romanian capital city.

During the event, that will be held between September 16 and September 18, people can enjoy music, theatre and riding shows. The first Folk You gala in Bucharest will be held on Franceza Street situated in the old center of the city, on September 17 and September 18, while the Romanian bands and artists Emeric Set, Florin Chilian, Nicu Alifantis, Vama, Alina Manole Band, Mircea Vintila, Taxi, Mircea Baniciu and Zdob si Zdub will perform every night, starting 19:00 hours.

Another 100 artists, such as Bogdan Ota, the Romanian who participated at Norway’s Got Talent, will perform in Constitutiei Square on September 17. The artists will combine pop and classic music.

Sunday, people can enjoy a riding show in Unirii Park, while in the evening, the French “Les Studios de Cirque” theatre company will transform the place in the “Angel’s Square”.

Irina Popescu, irina.popescu@romania-insider.com

(photo source: Arcub.ro)

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Romania Insider

Bucharest Days celebrated with music, theatre and riding show this week-end

The Bucharest Center for Cultural Projects will organize this week-end the “Bucharest Days” cultural event dedicated to celebrating the Romanian capital city.

During the event, that will be held between September 16 and September 18, people can enjoy music, theatre and riding shows. The first Folk You gala in Bucharest will be held on Franceza Street situated in the old center of the city, on September 17 and September 18, while the Romanian bands and artists Emeric Set, Florin Chilian, Nicu Alifantis, Vama, Alina Manole Band, Mircea Vintila, Taxi, Mircea Baniciu and Zdob si Zdub will perform every night, starting 19:00 hours.

Another 100 artists, such as Bogdan Ota, the Romanian who participated at Norway’s Got Talent, will perform in Constitutiei Square on September 17. The artists will combine pop and classic music.

Sunday, people can enjoy a riding show in Unirii Park, while in the evening, the French “Les Studios de Cirque” theatre company will transform the place in the “Angel’s Square”.

Irina Popescu, irina.popescu@romania-insider.com

(photo source: Arcub.ro)

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