A people's Europe and a Europe of the people: the EUROPEADE. Europe at its best!
Look at the regulations as of today on Facebook and on www.europeade.eu
Good luck !
Dear Friends of the Europeade,
The Regie team would like to invite you to take part in our second virtual Europeade. It will help us all to keep our festival alive, and to look forward to meeting again in Klaipeda in 2022.
We will be putting several films on the Europeade Facebook page during the week of 4th to 8th August 2021 (the dates planned for Klaipeda) and we also hope you will take part in a competition:*
On Wednesday 4th August, 19h (CET)
you can see a short welcome film by Rüdiger Heß, our president, and a film about Klaipeda to remind you of the city.
On Thursday 5th August, 19h (CET)
you can see the official video of Europeade in Klaipeda 2009 made by Fred Scholliers. You will see dancing, singing, music, the parade, and the city.
On Friday 6th August, 19h (CET)
you can also see the official video of Europeade in Kielce 2014 made by Fred Scholliers.
On Saturday 7th August, 19h (CET)
you can see the official video of Frankenberg 2019 by Fred Scholliers,
On Saturday 7th August, 21h (CET)
you will be able to take part in “Together Virtually”, the dance and music specially written for Europeade 2020.
On Sunday 8th August, 15h (CET)
you will find out which group won the video competition, and you can hear a closing speech by Rüdiger Heß
Don’t forget to look at the information about the competition and how to participate!
*subject to modification
Europeade is a five day party for 5,000 dancers, musicians and singers.
It is not just an event. We create European friendship and unity through our diversity.
Europeade is an independent annual meeting of 5,000 people involved in folk dance and music from all over Europe. We meet for a week in summer every year, often in a new city in Europe, old friends and new groups together. We show our dances in displays in large arenas and in the streets of the city, and hold a ball, a parade, and an oecumenical service. Groups dance, sing and play their music in costume throughout the city all day and all night! We share our regional culture with the local inhabitants and each other.
We are committed to the preservation of our intangible heritage of regional folk culture, be it music, dance, song, or costume.
If your group wants to participate in future editions of the Europeade, you can use the form as a request for participation.
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