Easter Gift Festival | Events | Moscow Seasons
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April 17 – 26, 2020

Easter Gift Festival

The Easter Gift Festival is a charity event, as well as a warm-hearted holiday for the whole family! Its visitors can help the needy by participating in various events, donating via SMS or bank transfer, or just purchasing goods and tasty food, proving the truth of festival’s theme: ‘Helping is easy!’ Five percent of all proceeds will go to charitable foundations. The Easter Gift Festival will have locations, both inside and outside the city center. 

Many captivating events await visitors of all ages during festival days. Just taking a walk around the venues while Moscow is in bloom (the best time for taking strolls in the capital, when it’s so warm and sunny!) will be joyful and fun. You can attend theater performances based on fairy tales and Easter stories, as well as folk, choral, and pop music gigs. Of course, the festival wouldn’t be complete without Easter treats, and you’ll find dozens of types of traditional Russian Easter cakes, kulichs, a must-have part of the holiday, at our venues. Last year they were 38 different kinds! Visitors can also try traditional Russian Lenten dishes and buy souvenirs, including colorful dyed eggs, handicrafts, and home décor items. 

All festival events are free to attend!

The Easter Gift Festival is a charity event, as well as a warm-hearted holiday for the whole family! Its visitors can help the needy by participating in various events, donating via SMS or bank transfer, or just purchasing goods and tasty food, proving the truth of festival’s theme: ‘Helping is easy!’ Five percent of all proceeds will go to charitable foundations. The Easter Gift Festival will have locations, both inside and outside the city center. 

Many captivating events await visitors of all ages during festival days. Just taking a walk around the venues while Moscow is in bloom (the best time for taking strolls in the capital, when it’s so warm and sunny!) will be joyful and fun. You can attend theater performances based on fairy tales and Easter stories, as well as folk, choral, and pop music gigs. Of course, the festival wouldn’t be complete without Easter treats, and you’ll find dozens of types of traditional Russian Easter cakes, kulichs, a must-have part of the holiday, at our venues. Last year they were 38 different kinds! Visitors can also try traditional Russian Lenten dishes and buy souvenirs, including colorful dyed eggs, handicrafts, and home décor items. 

All festival events are free to attend!

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