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The spring is testing us again by making this weekend in our favorite city windy and potentially rainy. Some of us might take that as a sign to stay inside and finish their thesis (raises hand), but even this exceptionally important activity can be put aside for a while. Anyway, you will definitely feel better and more inspired after a visit to one of the events featured in our guide this week. Enjoy!
It’s time to celebrate the winter’s last weekend! We have very nearly got through it and it’s only logical to see February off in style. A flower festival, a flea market, a jazz concert, or an analog photography exhibition – which one will you choose? Whatever it is, you are bound to enjoy it!
So, one twelfth of 2021 is almost gone – and we’re not even asking you about your resolutions, because we are absolutely sure you can do anything. To help you on this path, here is our guide to the best events in St. Petersburg this weekend. Enjoy!
Excited to start this new school year? Join the club! In our guide for this weekend, you will find events of all sorts – from organ music concerts to online art lectures, to suit any kind of celebration you might have planned to kick off this September with.
Itching to feel the drive of seeing your favorite band or musician play live as you responsibly stay inside during these uneasy times? Well, we’ve got some good news for you – luckily, it’s not only theaters and concert halls that are broadcasting their performances straight to your chosen place of self-isolation. Read on to learn all about our best picks for live shows to see from your home.
It’s hard to believe that this weekend will already be in February, right? Time seems to be flying by and it’s all we can do to enjoy ourselves as much as we can. And speaking about time, this weekend brings plenty of opportunities to time travel – from the 1970s to the ‘80s and ‘00s, and even to a parallel universe with cat statues coming to life… Intrigued?
ITMO University’s 120th anniversary year is the time to celebrate not only its scientific and educational achievements but also the potential of its students and graduates, including in the fields of sport, creativity and music. Over the years, lots of bands have been formed at ITMO, and this is why the coordinators of the anniversary events program decided to organize the Lift-Off rock music festival. Read on to learn how it all happened!
Listen to the violin on Nevsky Prospect, get a sense of the audacious poetry of Vladimir Mayakovsky, watch a knights tournament at the Peter and Paul Fortress, and admire the flowers in Pavlovsky Park. The weather is so nice, so don’t miss your chance to explore our magnificent city!
Looking for something fun to do in St. Petersburg? From art exhibitions to music festivals and Dostoevsky Day, this weekend is packed with a whole bunch of amazing events and activities!