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October 31, 2018

OKTOBERFEST Munich, September 21-October 6

A fun and loud Munich festival Octoberfest is a  big celebration for all beer lovers. Liter circles, giant tents and more than a century of history annually attract millions of tourists from all over the world.

Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez Saint-Tropez, September 30 – October 7

At the end of the summer season, there is a big show Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez, which brings together more than 300 classic and modern sailing yachts. During the week, the embankment of Saint-Tropez turns into a complete sailing entertainment. The celebration of the 20th annual Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez brings together a magnificent combination of sailing, entertainment, and social events. Every day will be exciting races, giving yachtsmen the opportunity to showcase their boats in all its glory. For those who are on the coast, there are many places where you can contemplate the show with a glass of cold rose.


A large-scale event in the world of art in the most romantic European capital will bring art lovers from around the world to the Grand Palais. At the international exhibition, you can see the work of young artists, group thematic expositions, presentations of galleries and individual projects. FIAC – International Contemporary Art Fair will present painting, sculpture, photography, design, video, installations and graphic art. Also, the organizers have prepared events in partnership with other museums and exhibition spaces – for example, special performances at the intersection of music, contemporary dance and theater with the Louvre Museum.


The Victoria and Albert Museum in London invites lovers of fashion and art to the exhibition of wardrobe items, accessories and other personal items of the cult Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. The event is significant in that this is the first such exhibition in 50 years outside Mexico. Kahlo is recognized as one of the most innovative and influential artists of the twentieth century and is perceived by many as an icon of style. “This innovative exhibition will explore the development of Kaló style as a combination of traditional Mexican clothing and fashion from Europe,” the organizers summarize.


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