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Retro Fest 2018, the 9thVintage Car and Antique Festival

Retro Fest 2018, the 9thVintage Car and Antique Festival
Date:25 August 2018 - 26 August 2018
add to calendarAdd to calendar 2018-08-25 2018-08-26 Europe/Moscow Retro Fest 2018, the 9thVintage Car and Antique Festival In the last days of August, the two-day Retro Fest 2018 will give Sokolniki Park an air of festivity. Muscovites and guests alike will be given the opportunity to do it all at once, visiting vintage fashion shows, competitions, a carnival and an antique fair. Moscow, Sokolniki Park - info@moscovery.com

Address: Moscow, Sokol'nicheskiy Val street,1
Ticket Price: Priceless

In the last days of August, the two-day Retro Fest 2018 will give Sokolniki Park an air of festivity. Muscovites and guests alike will be given the opportunity to do it all at once, visiting vintage fashion shows, competitions, a carnival and an antique fair. Don’t miss the Fest’s major event: the exhibition of vintage cars and a source of pride for car collectors and fans will be open at Bolshoy Krug (the “Big Circle”). There’s a slew of other activities for children and adults alike, including performances by dancers and musicians, thematic contests and prize drawings.

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