There will be a wide cultural sundry offer ahead Bucharest this weekend. Arcen association brings the contemporary poetry on top of the capital city, while pure nature will be the glamour girl at the Organic Days festival. Green Hours will host a piano concert, while Garden of Day Dreams takes shelter at the Mogosoaia Palace. Handmade fairs, fashion and eco food events will not miss the show either.
Tonight, July 15, at 21:00 the Magheru One terrace will host the first nocturne event of contemporary poetry dedicated to Matei Visniec in an event by Arcen.
“21 Nocturnes” encompasses 21 cultural events dedicated to the contemporary poetry, prose, theatre, art film, dance and experimental music. The access is free and is available by reservation. The edition of the event this year is running from July 15 to September 16.
Also on Friday the Imago Mundi ensemble presents “Enescu: urban vs traditional” event, rejoining several concert dedicated to the great Romanian composer and to his Rhapsodies. The concerts take place in iconic Bucharest venues: at the Village Museum, at the Botanical Garden, Carusel Carturesti bookshop, etc.
Scorpions return to Bucharest for a new concert at Romexpo on Saturday, July 16. The band will promote the album released last year, ‘Return to Forever/, part of the anniversary tour for 50 years started in China on May 1, 2015. It is the sixth concert in Romania.
Organic Days Festival is also due on Saturday at Verona Garden, Sticlarilo Garden, J’ai Bistrot and M60 Space. Four magical gardens in Bucharest will be filled up with live energy.
Farmers selling eco fruits and vegetables, passionate bakers, handicraftsmen, chefs, raw vegan experts and yoga instructors will help visitors enjoy nature in the city.
Ooan KaRa will take visitors to the special universe of the Tibetan bowls by a concert hosted by the Glass Blowers Garden on Sunday evening.
On Saturday as of 19:30 Green Hours jazz-café will host a concert by Marius Vernescu Trio on the piano’s history, ranging from Art Tatum to Chick Corea, reviewing Bill Evans or Oscar Peterson…
And there cannot be a Saturday night without cocktails. Share Café (8 Olari street) is cooling you down with new flavors of summer cocktails.
Bounty Fair is due at Casa Universitarilor during the weekend, luring people to a fairy-like world of the Romanian handmade. Over 50 Romanian artists will display creations within the fair on Saturday and Sunday, during 10 a.m. and 8 p.m: handmade outfits, natural cosmetics, items for children and décor pieces are all there waiting for you.
July Yard Sale is opened at Jacques Pot (2 Sborului st.) helping you fix your holiday outfit: sun glasses, beachwear, accessories, slippers and sandals. Free entrance from 10:30 to 18:00.
And last but not least, Garden of Day Dreams event is scheduled on Sunday at 14:00 at the Mogosoaia Palace. Golan band will be performing, accompanied by Federico Locchi, Midi Culture, Optick and you favorite teddy bear, MoonSound.