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November 2 – 4

The National Unity Day Festival

From November 2 to 4, Moscow will host a festival for Russia’s National Unity Day holiday, which is dedicated to celebrating the richness and diversity of the country’s varied cultures. At festival venues, Muscovites and tourists will be able to acquaint themselves with the traditions of the peoples from all eight of Russia’s Federal Districts – Central, North-Western, Southern, Ural, Volga, Siberia, the Far East, and the Northern Caucasus – including literature, arts, crafts, and, of course, cuisine! Visitors will have the opportunity to try dried venison from the Magadan Region, sun-dried fish, or yukola, from Khanty-Mansiysk, Chuvash pickle pies, dried salmon from Kamchatka, and much more. Each venue will offer a variety of activities, goods, and souvenirs from every district! Mustard soap from Volgograd, serpentine jewelry from Tyumen, items from the Don Cossacks, and souvenirs made from Crimean juniper, not to mention deerskin boots, are among the treasures you can find.

A vivid entertainment program awaits visitors on each day of the festival, including interactive performances, folk concerts, regional games with actors dressed in traditional costumes, and, of course, culinary and craft workshops.

On Revolution Square, folk concerts and theatrical performances based on the fairy tales of Russia’s various peoples await visitors on all three days. On Manege Square, there will be a performance created especially for the festival. In this interactive show, the audience will travel to different parts of Russia, getting acquainted with their costumes, dances and songs, with actors from theatrical and folk troupes serving as guides. And, what about traditional street festivities? Most of this year’s festival program is dedicated to them! At the same Manege Square venue, there will be as many as eight entertainment zones where actors will introduce you to street fun and games from all of Russia’s eight Federal districts. Come and find out how the residents of Kalmykia, Dagestan, Tatarstan, Chuvashia, the Novogorodskaya and Krasnoyarsk Regions, as well as others, celebrated holidays for centuries! 

The National Unity Day Festival will be held in the city center and other districts in the capital. 

Venue addresses:

Manege Square

Revolution Square

11-53 Shkolnaya St.

4 Profsoyuznaya St. 

11 Dmitry Donskoy Boulevard 

24/1 Orekhovy Boulevard,

Slavy Square

52 Pererva St.

2 Matveevskaya St. 

In addition, the festival will be held in 22 Moscow parks, including Zaryadye Park, Gorky Park, Bauman Gardens, the Hermitage Gardens, Poklonnaya Hill, Sokolniki, and many others!

From November 2 to 4, Moscow will host a festival for Russia’s National Unity Day holiday, which is dedicated to celebrating the richness and diversity of the country’s varied cultures. At festival venues, Muscovites and tourists will be able to acquaint themselves with the traditions of the peoples from all eight of Russia’s Federal Districts – Central, North-Western, Southern, Ural, Volga, Siberia, the Far East, and the Northern Caucasus – including literature, arts, crafts, and, of course, cuisine! Visitors will have the opportunity to try dried venison from the Magadan Region, sun-dried fish, or yukola, from Khanty-Mansiysk, Chuvash pickle pies, dried salmon from Kamchatka, and much more. Each venue will offer a variety of activities, goods, and souvenirs from every district! Mustard soap from Volgograd, serpentine jewelry from Tyumen, items from the Don Cossacks, and souvenirs made from Crimean juniper, not to mention deerskin boots, are among the treasures you can find.

A vivid entertainment program awaits visitors on each day of the festival, including interactive performances, folk concerts, regional games with actors dressed in traditional costumes, and, of course, culinary and craft workshops.

On Revolution Square, folk concerts and theatrical performances based on the fairy tales of Russia’s various peoples await visitors on all three days. On Manege Square, there will be a performance created especially for the festival. In this interactive show, the audience will travel to different parts of Russia, getting acquainted with their costumes, dances and songs, with actors from theatrical and folk troupes serving as guides. And, what about traditional street festivities? Most of this year’s festival program is dedicated to them! At the same Manege Square venue, there will be as many as eight entertainment zones where actors will introduce you to street fun and games from all of Russia’s eight Federal districts. Come and find out how the residents of Kalmykia, Dagestan, Tatarstan, Chuvashia, the Novogorodskaya and Krasnoyarsk Regions, as well as others, celebrated holidays for centuries! 

The National Unity Day Festival will be held in the city center and other districts in the capital. 

Venue addresses:

Manege Square

Revolution Square

11-53 Shkolnaya St.

4 Profsoyuznaya St. 

11 Dmitry Donskoy Boulevard 

24/1 Orekhovy Boulevard,

Slavy Square

52 Pererva St.

2 Matveevskaya St. 

In addition, the festival will be held in 22 Moscow parks, including Zaryadye Park, Gorky Park, Bauman Gardens, the Hermitage Gardens, Poklonnaya Hill, Sokolniki, and many others!

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