Latvian Folkdancing Performance

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55th Australian Latvian Arts Festival

Latvian Folkdancing Performance


Venue

Riverside Theatre

Dates

29 December 2014

The 55th Australian Latvian Arts Festival will be held in Sydney from 26 to 31 December 2014, and will feature music, dance, theatre, exhibitions and many other opportunities to enjoy the riches of Latvian culture and the hospitality of the Latvian community.

Dancing is an integral part of Latvian life and no Latvian cultural festival is complete without a folk dancing performance, which can be enjoyed by those to whom everything Latvian is near and dear, those who know nothing about Latvia and everyone in between. The folk dancing performance at the 55th Australian Latvian Arts Festival will be a colourful celebration, which will take you into the world of Latvian music, costumes and traditions, through the joy of dance. Musicians and dancers from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra will be coming together to perform for you at Riverside.

For more information, please visit the 55th Australian Latvian Arts Festival 

Recommendation: Suitable for all ages

Dates & Times:
Monday 29 December 5pm

Ticket Options

Adult $35
AL55.KD Participant $30
Concession $30
Child Under 16 $15
Transaction fees apply
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Web $3.60
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Screen $1.65
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