The eighth International festival of fireworks “Rostec” will bring together leading pyrotechnics of the world.
Teams from eight countries (Russia, Austria, Armenia, Brazil, China, Romania, Croatia and Japan) will fire off about 60,000 volleys into the sky, which is 10,000 more than last year. About 27 tonnes of fireworks will be used in the competition. Fireworks will reach a height of 200 metres.
Visitors will enjoy concerts, master classes, quests, meetings with poets and actors, sports entertainment and much more. This year’s festival theme, Moscow on Seven Hills, is dedicated to the upcoming city anniversary. Hummocks in Brateyevsky Park will be named after historical hills, and interesting art pieces will be displayed on them.
Visitors will also be able to walk along an arts and crafts market and explore a historical food court to try national cuisines from many countries.
How to get to Brateyevsky Park:The nearest metro stations are Borisovo, Alma-Altinskaya, Shipilovskaya. The nearest bus stops are Borisovo, Borisov Ponds (Borisovskie prudi), Brateevo Bridge (Brateevsky most).