On Monday, 3 July, Belarus is marking Independence Day. So there won’t be any work, but will be much entertainment and fun.
This short guide will tell you what to see and do in the capital today.
Since first Holi festival was held in Minsk several years ago, the event has gained a lot of popularity and is held regularly.
The festival is a good option for those who want to spend an excellent day listening to music and dancing in the clouds of bright Holi paint! Do not forget to take selfies and taste the street food.
The youngest guests will be greeted at the KidFest playground, where their party is waiting for them!
Start at 11:00!
Where: Loshitsky Park
Cover fest in Dreamland park
A cool combination of good music, outdoor entertainments and delicious food!
The second day of the festival, 3 July, will be dedicated to pop music, so visitors will enjoy performances by Belarusian Eurovision contestants Naviband and Uzari.
Don’t miss the opportunity to check out the new urban park that has recently opened in Dreamland.
Where: Dreamland park
When: starting 12.00 on 3 July
Price: from 5 Br ($2.6) to 17Br ($8.8)
Independence Day Concert and Firework
Traditionally, a lot of spectacular events are held as part of Independence Day. There will be more than 60 local concerts and other events in the capital.
After the morning parade near the obelisk “Minsk – Hero City”, celebrations will continue across the city.
A big gala concert will begin at the obelisk at 21:00.
It will be followed by fireworks at 23:00.