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Varaždin – Wenn die Strassen «zu eng» werden

Varaždin – Wenn die Strassen «zu eng» werden
In Varaždin, der Barockstadt im nordwestlichen Kroatien, findet vom 19. bis 28. August schon zum 13. mal das alljährliche Festival der Spaziergänger oder „Špancirfest“ statt. Während des Flanierfestes werden die Strassen und Plätze von Varaždin zum Mittelpunkt musikalischer, Theater- und anderer künstlerischer Aufführungen, und Strassenkünstler übernehmen in diesen Tagen das Sagen in der Stadt. Das Varaždiner Špancirfest wird auch Festival guter Gefühle genannt. Mittlerweile ist es zu einem der meistbesuchten Festivalereignisse in Kroatien und der Region geworden. In den vergangenen 12 Jahren wurde es von mehr als 2 Millionen Gäste besucht, und es traten mehr als 11000 Künstler und Performer aus der ganzen Welt auf, darunter auch viele bekannte Musiker.

Während der zehn Festivaltage werden mehr als 250 Stunden künstlerischer Programme aufgeführt: Konzerte von World Music, Rock, Blues, Ethno-musik, Kinderprogramme und alle Arten von Aufführungen, Theaterkomödien für Erwachsene, Auftritte der Strassenkünstler, Unterhalter und Musiker.

Auf fünf Bühnen und auf den Strassen des historischen Stadtkerns von Varaždin werden ungefähr 50 Konzerte, 150 Strassentheateraufführungen, 9 Theaterstücke, 25 Kindervorstellungen sowie 6 kreative Workshops dargeboten. Auf der MTV Bühne in der Altstadt werden unter anderem auch Asian Dub Foundation und Morcheeba auftreten.

Tourismusverband der Region von Varaždin (Turistička zajednica Varaždinske županije)
www.turizam-vzz. hr

Tourismusverband der Stadt Varaždin (Turistička zajednica grada Varaždina)
www. hrtourism-varazdin.hr

Špancirfest
www.spancirfest.com
 
 

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