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St Petersburg 2014 events

Musical Spring in St Petersburg

Date (To be confirmed):
April 2014 (TBC.)

Run by the Petersburg Composer’s Union, this international music fest ......

Run by the Petersburg Composer’s Union, this international music festival celebrates the best of classical music, with performances at the two Philharmonic halls and other venues across the city.

Venue:
Various venues.

Event cost:
Varies.

Category:
Music

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Victory Day

Date (To be confirmed):
May 2014

This festival marks the surrender of Nazi Germany to the Soviet Union in 19 ......

This festival marks the surrender of Nazi Germany to the Soviet Union in 1945. Amidst parades, and military band marches, crowds gather at Piskarivskoye Memorial Cemetery to pay tribute to the victims of the Nazi blockade.

Venue:
Piskarivskoye Memorial Cemetery.

Event cost:
Free.

Category:
Culture

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Dyen Goroda (City Day)

Date (To be confirmed):
May 2014

St Petersburg gives itself a big pat on the back each May, celebrating its ......

St Petersburg gives itself a big pat on the back each May, celebrating its official City Day with parades, historical displays, public concerts and a fireworks display. City Days have been celebrated since 1986 when the tradition was introduced by the then Secretary of the Moscow City Committee, Boris Yeltsin.

Venue:
Throughout St Petersburg.

Event cost:
Free.

Category:
History

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Byeliye Nochi (White Nights)

Date (To be confirmed):
June 2014 - July 2014

Experience the "White Nights" in St Petersburg, when the city see ......

Experience the "White Nights" in St Petersburg, when the city sees itself illuminated by almost constant daylight. White Nights (Beliye Nochi) are a curious phenomenon caused by St Petersburg's northerly geographical location - the sun never descends below the horizon and locals fill the streets 24 hours a day.

Venue:
Throughout the city, especially Palace Square, Peter and Paul Fortress and Yelagin Island.

Category:
Spectacle

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St Petersburg Beer Festival

Date (To be confirmed):
June 2014 (TBC.)

It remains to be seen if the reclassification of beer as ‘alcohol&rsq ......

It remains to be seen if the reclassification of beer as ‘alcohol’ (it used to be regarded as a soft drink) will affect this enthusiastic celebration of Russian ale. The party kicks off with a parade down Nevsky prospekt and ends with a fireworks display, accompanied by lots of drinking at street bars, pubs and cafes.

Venue:
Throughout the city centre.

Category:
Food & Drink

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Festival-festivaley (Festival of Festivals)

Date (To be confirmed):
June 2014

Taking place in the last week of June as part of the city's White Night cel ......

Taking place in the last week of June as part of the city's White Night celebrations, the Festival of Festivals is a non-competitive film festival that provides a platform for independent filmmakers from across the world. First held in 1993, the week-long festival now screens over 100 films and attracts about 40,000 visitors each year.

Venue:
Various cinemas around St Petersburg.

Event cost:
Ticket prices set by individual cinemas.

Website:

Category:
Theatre & Film

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Dyen Voyenno Morskova Flota (Navy Day)

Date (To be confirmed):
July 2014

Befitting a great sea-faring city, St Petersburg celebrates Navy Day with ......

Befitting a great sea-faring city, St Petersburg celebrates Navy Day with gusto. Decorated warships gather along the River Neva and engage in mock battles, and fireworks fill the skies above the Naval Museum on Vasilyevsky Island.

Venue:
The Naval Museum, Cruiser Aurora and the banks of the River Neva.

Event cost:
Free.

Category:
Entertainment

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Baltic House International Theatre Festival

Date (To be confirmed):
September 2014 - October 2014 (Various dates from Sept to Oct.)

Theatres across the city celebrate the performing arts, with guest actors, ......

Theatres across the city celebrate the performing arts, with guest actors, artistes and clowns from across the Baltic region. Chekhov, Dostoevsky and Gorky dominate the stages, but the broad range of theatre companies ensures some imaginative interpretations.

Venue:
Various.

Event cost:
Tickets from 500 rb.

Category:
Theatre & Film

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St Petersburg 2015 events

Farewell to the Russian Winter

Date (To be confirmed):
February 2015 - March 2015

This famously wintery city celebrates the passing of the icy Russian winter ......

This famously wintery city celebrates the passing of the icy Russian winter with folk concerts and sleigh rides through the streets.

Venue:
Throughout the city.

Event cost:
Various.

Category:
Entertainment

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Edited by Tina Banerjee
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