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The fall is halfway gone and even if it’s still too early for the holiday mood, every day is still worthy of a little celebration – in the form of St. Petersburg’s abundant cultural events, for example. Here’s our selection for next week!
If you are marvelling at the beautifully warm and sunny weather, we are with you! That’s why this week we are paying particular attention to open-air events, inspiring you to soak in those last bits of summer before we venture full swing into fall.
We present to you our trusty guide to the best happenings in town – updated! Now, we offer you a full week of exhibitions, screenings, concerts, or festivals to attend each day. We hope to inspire you to explore our bustling city from every angle. Let’s dive into the first edition of the new weekly guide!
Go into discovery mode at sea bazaаrs, have fun learning and playing outdoor sports, and enjoy a bevy of exciting festivals and retrospectives – your game plan for this weekend couldn’t be better.
Over 2,500 square meters of all things manga, from the history of Japanese comics in chronological order to the workspaces of manga artists and separate halls for the fans of Naruto, Sailor Moon, and even Attack on Titan, the Art of Manga exhibition at Sevkabel Port created such a stir online that we simply couldn’t pass it by.
It’s all about St. Petersburg’s city day this weekend. Open-air concerts, shows, festivals – take your pick!
Another weekend is approaching – and here is our usual guide to the most exciting events in and around the city. Enjoy your days off!
Round out the last weekend of summer ‘22 by enjoying St. Pete’s street art scene, immersing yourself in breathtaking venues and performances, and indulging in some other late-summer fun activities. Let’s do it up right together!
Let’s welcome August in style with lots of live music, an immersive exhibition, and a unique annual festival. Enjoy your warm weekend in the city with our freshly baked guide!
Until July 10, Sevkabel Port is hosting Caring Robots exhibition. From exoskeletons that can give you superhuman strength to a robotic church lady, the display brings together the wonders of robotic art created by ITMO students. Can robots paint like artists? Or perform? Do they pose a threat or can they actually protect us? Let’s find out what ITMO’s engineers and media artists think.