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December 31, 2019January 5, 2020

Venue № 2: Conquest, 1950 – 1960

Venue hours: 

December 31 from 11am to 3pm 

January 1 – 4 from 11:00am to 11pm 

January 5 from 11am to 10pm

From December 31 to January 2, the theme of Venue № 2 is ‘The Origin of the Universe’. Here, you can watch a choreographed street performance about the origins of the universe, as well as fantasies about its conquest. There will also be circus performances where artists juggle stars and give festivalgoers a chance to lift the planet!

From January 3 to 5, the theme of the venue will be ‘Lunar’, as the first celestial body visited by man was the Moon! Here, you’ll find a festive parade where actors and dancers play out the conquest of the moon. You can also take part in interactive street performances that will take you back to the ‘70s, when almost every USSR schoolboy dreamed of becoming a cosmonaut. 

There will also be chalets here where master classes will be held every day of the festival:

  • On the podium near 1 Tverskaya Street, children (4+) will immerse themselves in the painstaking, but exciting construction of a real cosmodrome from wooden elements with built-in magnets. Space stations, rockets, satellites, and moon Rovers will also be assembled using these ecologically friendly MindWood erector sets.
  • In the New Year’s Decorations Workshop in front of 4 Tverskaya street, young guests (4+) will work together to assemble an amazing work of art – a spectacular 300x150cm space-themed mosaic. Kids can also make small mosaic paintings and original candleholders using a stained-glass technique here.

* All master classes are free and pre-registration is not required.

Venue hours: 

December 31 from 11am to 3pm 

January 1 – 4 from 11:00am to 11pm 

January 5 from 11am to 10pm

From December 31 to January 2, the theme of Venue № 2 is ‘The Origin of the Universe’. Here, you can watch a choreographed street performance about the origins of the universe, as well as fantasies about its conquest. There will also be circus performances where artists juggle stars and give festivalgoers a chance to lift the planet!

From January 3 to 5, the theme of the venue will be ‘Lunar’, as the first celestial body visited by man was the Moon! Here, you’ll find a festive parade where actors and dancers play out the conquest of the moon. You can also take part in interactive street performances that will take you back to the ‘70s, when almost every USSR schoolboy dreamed of becoming a cosmonaut. 

There will also be chalets here where master classes will be held every day of the festival:

  • On the podium near 1 Tverskaya Street, children (4+) will immerse themselves in the painstaking, but exciting construction of a real cosmodrome from wooden elements with built-in magnets. Space stations, rockets, satellites, and moon Rovers will also be assembled using these ecologically friendly MindWood erector sets.
  • In the New Year’s Decorations Workshop in front of 4 Tverskaya street, young guests (4+) will work together to assemble an amazing work of art – a spectacular 300x150cm space-themed mosaic. Kids can also make small mosaic paintings and original candleholders using a stained-glass technique here.

* All master classes are free and pre-registration is not required.

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