Brno Czech Republic Events
The legendary Scottish hard rock band, which was founded in 1968, is still very popular in the Czech Republic and After a successful concert last May, they are now returning to the country. American band and one of the best selling American bands of all time, has confirmed concerts in Brno and other European cities.
The show is directed and choreographed by Michael Flatley, who has made Irish dance world-famous and plays the leading role in the show Lords of Dance. Dangerous Games is a very popular traditional masterpiece of Irish Chant, a world-famous ensemble founded in the Soviet era. In the last chapter of this tour Gregorian presents his new album and concludes the entire Master Singers saga.
It was designed by the famous architect and architect of the Czechoslovak National Museum of Modern Art and built in 1928 - 1930 in Cernopolni Street. The original site runs along Bosonohy, where the start and finish are located, and there is also a small museum on the ground floor and a museum on the second floor of a nearby building.
It is a major tourist attraction and serves as the venue for the annual festival of the Czechoslovak National Museum of Modern Art in the summer months. You will have the opportunity to see people in historical costumes passing through time, attend concerts, attend fairs and much more. After all, Brno is the UNESCO city of music, so expect a note to be adopted.
This event will take place in Brno and other cities of the Czech Republic and will be shown on the official website of the Slovak National Museum of Modern Art. Colleagues from all over the region and networking with them will help you to inspire and inspire new projects. Also, be part of a series of workshops, seminars, workshops and other events, such as workshops for students, teachers and professionals.
DIMEA Days is a two-day event focusing on discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science. The first is the Freedom Square, which will have a very modern atmosphere, focusing on art, music, dance, food and other cultural activities, as well as a series of workshops.
The International Engineering Fair (MSV) is one of the leading industrial fairs in the Czech Republic, which attracts more than 1.5 million people from over 60 countries every year. The trade fair is organized by the Slovak Trade and Industry Association of Slovakia, the largest trade association of Slovakia. It takes place every first Saturday of the month, from October to December, at the Woodworking Museum in Brno and is the second annual event of its kind in Europe.
The International Agricultural Exhibition (AGRA) is organised by the Slovak Agricultural Federation of Slovakia, the largest agricultural association in the Czech Republic.
The TECHAGRO - SILVA - REGINA BIOMASS fair has become a prestigious event with a high professional reputation, with a focus on leading events in the agricultural, technology, food and agricultural machinery sectors.
The SALIMA - TECHNOLOGY fair is primarily aimed at B2B visitors and will take place at the Hotel Galant in Brno, the largest hotel in the Czech Republic and one of the largest hotels in the world. The three largest agricultural fairs in Europe are the European Agricultural Fair (EATF), the International Agri-Food Fair and the World Agricultural Fair. BrNO Intelligence Sec aims to provide the security industry with well thought out conferences and trade fairs for the security industry. HotelGalant is a popular hotel and hotel complex with a variety of restaurants, bars, hotels, restaurants and shops.
Brno Day Brna takes place on Friday and the following Saturday, which lasts until 15 August. Every year, at the turn of May and June, the capital of the Czech Republic hosts various events, including the Brno Cave Day, the largest festival of its kind in Europe. The Breno circuit is built on a natural bowl and offers a breathtaking view over the city and its surroundings, as well as a spectacular view from the top of a mountain. With its beautiful landscapes, beautiful landscapes and beautiful people, it is a pure pleasure for the whole family.
The 1949 Czechoslovak Grand Prix was held at the Breno circuit, which turned right from Veselka, bypassed Ostrovacice and drove from the south instead of the west to Zebetin. From 1950 onwards, the circuit played a key role in the development of the Czechoslovak Motorcycle Grand Prix, which became the World Championship race in 1965. In 1988, the race for the World Sports Car Championship was held and the motorcycle race was moved to the new circuit, regaining its status as the most prestigious motorcycle race in the world.
If you want to travel by public transport or by the coming company, you can take tram No. 2, but it is possible to get a tram at the Hlavni nadrazi stop. To get to the fair, get off at Ceska and get on the tram in front of the train station at the corner of Zebetin Street and Ostrovacice Street.