Another exciting international sporting event – the one-week women’s tennis tournament – will take place in Moscow just a week after the end of the FIFA World Cup. Previously known as Ericsson Open, it was held in Bastad, Sweden, and this year tennis players and fans will meet in Russia’s capital, with the prize pool increasing from US$226,000 to $750,000. The tournament will feature singles and doubles and the draw size will be, according to tradition, 32 and 16.© 2016-2019 moscovery.com
Date:22 July 2018 - 29 July 2018
Place: Juan Antonio Samarancha Research Center
Address: Moscow, Leningradskoye schosse, 49
Ticket Price: From 150 rubles
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25 November 2019 - 09 February 2020Thomas Gainsborough’s works will be brought to the Pushkin Museum from Great Britain. The celebrated 18th-century English portraitist left a rich heritage of paintings, preserved in the National Gallery in London, the Royal Academy of Arts and Gainsborough’s House in Sudbury.
Cirque du Soleil
22 November 2019Shows put on by the legendary Cirque du Soleil are best described as circus Hollywood. Seeing a show of the world’s best circus is a must and, good news, you don’t need to travel halfway around the world to do that as the Cirque du Soleil is bringing their new programme to Moscow.
Vladimir Spivakov’s festival
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