Three for the weekend: journey to Spain, Denmark or Bolderāja

This weekend brings travel spirit - go to Cēsis and end up in Denmark, visit Sigulda for a Spanish experience, or - stay at home and take a trip to Bolderāja.

Sunday walk (livestream) to Bolderāja

In 1980, a legendary series of walks along the Bolderāja railway were initiated by one of the most prominent and innovative postmodernists and creatives in the history of Soviet Latvia - Hardijs Lediņš and Juris Boiko, as well as Imants Žodžiks. The walks from Imanta to Bolderāja neighbourhoods started as a solitary ritual, were later supplemented with performative elements, early spatial mappings, poetry, and multi-media documentation.

Instead of taking place on 30 November like in 1980, CAPITAL R will continue its virtual tours by fully livestreaming and measuring the 40-year-anniversary walk from Imanta to Bolderāja on 14 June, 2020.

More information about tickets and event on Facebook.

Taciņa uz jauno sociālā dienesta un veselības aprūpes centru Bolderājā, 2020.gada maijs.

Danish folk-dance music: Sofie & Leanne

The ethnographic acoustic Estonian and Danish duo Sofie & Leanne is coming to Mala artspace in Cēsis on Saturday, June 13. The duo started to enter the world just before the pandemic - in early March in Japan.

Feel-good music and Danish folk dance music is bound to create a magical atmosphere at the event.

Sofie & Leanne

Spain in Sigulda

The world is locked, the key is broken – not for feelings and fantasy!

At a time when normal travel has been delayed for an unknown time, Sigulda DEVON offers a new cycle of impromptu journeys to different cultural destinations. The first of them, on Saturday June 13, will lead to passion-filled Spain through song, dance, guitar music, and tale.

Information on the event and ticket purchase on Facebook.

Siguldas devons
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