MINSK, 8 June (BelTA) - The Vytoki cultural and sport festival will be held in Kobrin from 10 to 12 June, BelTA learned from the press service of the National Olympic Committee of Belarus.
The festival will open on 10 June with a historical and cultural heritage program in the Suvorov military-historical museum and the city's community center.
The program will include a roundtable on "Promoting historical and cultural heritage", the Wheel of the Time exhibition and an exposition of children's drawings. A lecture-presentation "Modern Belarusian Fine Art", a concert of organ music and a meet-the-artist event with Valery Shmat "My Step towards the Olympus" will be featured in the evening program.
On the second day, 11 June, the festival will open with an educational seminar on ways to promote creative and innovative projects and the cultural and economic program "The Capital of the Place" to discuss the promotion of national and regional brands.
One of the central venues of the festival on 12 June will be “A Step Towards Olympus" in the Suvorov Park. Everyone will have an opportunity to take part in competitions and contests of the Olympic quest, test their strength in various sports, perform tasks and get valuable prizes.
The festival will feature a food court, a family recreation zone and the Belarusian Brands trade show. Many young singers will have a chance to show their skills in a singing competition in the amphitheater of the Suvorov Park. The jury will determine the best young performers and honor them with diplomas and valuable prizes.
The best young artists of the region will also be honored on the stage of the amphitheater. The festival will wrap up with a gala concert on 12 June. The concert will feature Janet, Belarusy band, Valery Shmat, Gunesh, Zina Kupriyanovich, Irina Dorofeeva, Jazz City Band, ByCity, Alexander Voronische.
The Vytoki sport and cultural festival will then travel to Mozyr (24-26 June), Bobruisk (15-17 July) and other cities of Belarus. The final installment of the the festival will be held in Minsk in late August. Vytoki is a Belarusian brand, a symbol that reflects the idea of the festival movement: popularize national culture, sport, history, traditions and to provide support to small towns. Admission to all festival events is free
The main objectives of the project are to create a common social and educational space, bring together people of different interests and ages, promote regional and national brands, and celebrate achievements in sports, science and art.
The organizers of the Vytoki festival are the National Olympic Committee of Belarus, the Federation of Trade Unions of Belarus, the Arthaos and BelBrandAudit companies.