Déri Miksa street festival is back

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We are preparing for the next Déri Miksa street festival with a balcony concert, giant bubbles, dance performances and much more!

Look forward to seeing you at Déri Miksa street on the 7th of October, 2023 at 2 p.m.!

At this time last year, the machines were still working hard, and there was a lot of hustle and bustle in the street. The construction lasted until November, and then we held the first Déri Miksa street festival, which was very successful, because many people came and tried the trampoline, saw the exhibition about the faces of the Csarnok quarter, ate chestnuts or just walked around the new street. Now we would like to invite everyone from the neighborhood to the second Déri Miksa street festival! Check the facebook event for more: https://fb.me/e/2S9ODwA4R


14:00 – Stereo Akt: Trikotázs Trio balcony concert

Emina Messaoudi – vocals

Máté Martinkovics – vocals

Kristóf Darvas – vocals and piano

14:00 – Giant bubble show

15:00. – Csarnok quarter encyclopaedia

Let’s look down for a few moments and discover the diverse flora of the city together with the help of the ISBN bookstore! Then imagine and draw together a truly green urban jungle on the interactive colouring pages of this book!

15:00 – Dance Force hip-hop dance performance

15:00 – Neighbour Rapid Date at Loffice

16:00 – NEMADOMFEL ensemble

16:00 – Community snack in the Loffice

16:30 – Kick-box presentation with the students of the Miklós Zrínyi Kick-box Academy

15:00 – 18:00 – Jewellery making in Víg Street

Would you like to get to know the basics of goldsmith work? Would you like to make jewellery from recycled materials? KÉK jewellery studio awaits everyone with two workshops! If you’re an early riser, you can make jewellery out of leather and rubber at 10 a.m., while in the afternoon metal plays the main role. We welcome families and children in the morning, and participants over 14 years of age are welcome for the afternoon workshop.

17:00 – 18:00 Romano Glaszo

Gypsy, Hungarian, Serbian, Romanian, Balkan, Spanish-flamenco folk songs, and we will learn to dance together.

What else can be expected on the street from 2:00 p.m.?

Face painting

Board games

Flower bomb making

Dj PeppinoIf you have any questions about the event, write to info@rev8.hu.

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