Apolonia 2008 Art Fest Starts on August 31st in Sozopol
At the beginning of September each year the Old Town of Sozopol is the host of the Apolonia cultural festival. Sozopol meets Bulgarian and foreign artists who entertain the guest of the resort town for ten days. This year Apolonia art fest will be held for the 24th time and is to start on August 31st and continue until September 10th. The program of the fest includes theatrical performances, concerts, book premieres, etc.
This year the fest will last two additional days. The exhibitions will be opened on August 30th and the official opening will be on August 31st. The program will include premiers, a lot of music, poetry and literature. The total number of performances will be over 70.
The festival will host some of the best theatre plays staged recently in Bulgaria, films, literature events and various exhibitions as well as classical music, jazz, pop, rock, swing and ethno concerts and performances by both Bulgarian and foreign artists.
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