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13 Jul 2017

Some 3,700 participants registered at Slavianski Bazaar festival

VITEBSK, 13 July (BelTA) – Around 3,700 participants have registered at the 26th International Festival in Vitebsk by the forum’s opening day, Alexander Sidorenko, the festival’s director, President of the World Association of Festivals (WAF), said at the opening of the international press center, BelTA has learned.

“About 3,700 participants of the festival have registered as of today. But there are more to come. We expect over 5,000 participants. This is just the beginning, and there are many big projects ahead. The program of the festival becomes more and more eventful every year,” Alexander Sidorenko remarked. He said he is very glad that every year the mass media manage to cover the large volume of information and focus on the main and interesting things.

Alexander Sidorenko highlighted the crucial role of the press in cooperation with which the organizers hold this event. “For me as the forum’s director, the first days of the festival were very good. I see crowded halls and great reports in various media,” Alexander Sidorenko said.

He presented the new Decalogue “Dukhovskoi Kruglik. From Grand Duke Alhierd to Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk” prepared by the festival’s organizers. The Dukhovskoi Kruglik museum in Vitebsk features a unique exhibition dedicated to Slavianski Bazaar. The museum will hold a small tour for the journalists marking its 10th anniversary.

The 26th International Festival of Arts Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk will extend till 19 July. The opening concert of the festival will take place in the Summer Amphitheater in the evening of 13 July.

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