And it’s going to be epic and spooktacular!Even the weather acts as if evil is taking over, because Sibiu will be well caught in the clutches of the fall this weekend. Rain, wind and cold weather. There is no good news if you decide to spend time outside. But we know some great places where you will certainly feel good, you just have to check the out. First of all, we’re talking about nights with lots of fun and parties, making for an incendiary end of the weekend. Halloween parties are a must this weekend in the city with monsters and creatures of darkness creeping around. Scroll down to learn this week’s story.
The epic Liquid the Club hosts the first Halloween party of the weekend. It’s going to be another WOW night, especially since they normally don’t open on Fridays. Special guest Cornel Pasat will be there to heat things up, and we think a more undressed costume will for sure get you noticed!
And if Halloween isn’t quite your thing, Saturday you’ll be sure to have some serious fun at Liquid the Club with DJ Cipi Hampu, MC Raisa and a fetish animation show. You can make reservations for either of these parties using the BOOK&SAVE button on Liquid the Club’s page. You’ll have a reservation and a 15% discount to your bill! Scary cool, right? 😉
Also this Friday, at Atrium Classic Cafe you can enjoy an extraordinary Pély Barna concert. The singer is a very popular interpreter from Hungary, lead vocalist of “B the First and United” and former member of the Hungarian X Factor jury. Opening for this amazing artist you’ll see Dragoş Luca, one of the prize-winners of the Music Capital Festival and a competitor at X Factor Romania this year. The organisers promise an exciting evening: two live and solo voices, a Romanian kid with very beautiful perspectives and a famous, well-known, Hungarian star.
A ticket costs 20 lei. You can book your table on the Atrium Classic Cafe page and you will get your 10 % DISCOUNT to the final bill!
Sensational concerts are also taking place in Imperium Live. We have Dan Helciug on Friday, bringing a tribute to the epicQueen band. The ticket price is 40 lei, and you might not want to miss this amazing event. The second concert brings back Changeover band at Imperium Live. Saturday at 21:00 you can listen and support a local band of very talented musician. The entrance is free. If you want to have a reserved spot at one of this events, you can book a table by clicking the BOOK&SAVE button here. You’ll have a great 10% discount off the bill.
Mai Lounge re-invents itself once again, and launches a new party concept – Mai vibes by night. So, take a cool DJ as Rares C, then add fresh cocktails and sprinkle a bass beat and you have the recipe for a perfect night! If you want to be part of it, make sure you drop by this Saturday at 22:00. And if you also want a 15% DISCOUNT off the bill, make reservations for this party on the Mai Lounge page.
And if you’ve already prepared your costume, and you feel like showing off, then Essenza Wine&Books is just perfect with this Saturday’s night party – the “Funny Halloween”. It’s all about fun and the funniest costume will be awarded with a bottle of Absinthe! Make reservations here, and you also get a 10% discount to your bill!
We’ve warned you, there are a lot of epic parties, and it will be pretty hard to make a decision for this weekend.
Lovers of art and beauty can choose from many events this weekend, also. By far the most important event is the 5th edition of the Clara Haskil International Festival, which will be held at the Thalia Hall during October 27th and 29th.
It is a tribute to the legendary pianist with romanian origins, Clara Haskil, an artist included in the list of the best pianists of the world. Concerts will take place every day from 19:00, and on October 29th, such an event will take place from 11:00. Among the guests of this edition are: The Bucharest Symphony Orchestra, the violonists Valentin Răduţiu and Niklas Schmidt, violinist Adrian Iliescu and pianists Per Rundberg and Alina Azario.
Tickets can be purchased online from www.eventim.ro or www.bilet.ro, from the Humanitas Bookstore “Constantin Noica” or Thalia Hall.
Also, with the occasion of this festival, today at 17:00, at the Humanits Bookstore, the Clara Haskil biography, signed by Jérôme Spycket will be released. The book appeared after 30 years, in a new translation at Humanitas Publishing House.
The Brukenthal Museum turns 200 this year! On this occasion, 3 cultural goods of great value for the history of Sibiu are presented in an exceptional exhibition. Since 1974 they have been in the patrimony of the National History Museum of Romania in Bucharest.
We’re talking about the sealing ring of Baron Samuel von Brukenthal (gold with enamel and niello, jasp, dating back to the second half of the 18th century), the hat ornament of Albert Huet’s grave (gold with enamel, garnets and pearls, dating from 1577-1607), remounted at the end of the sec. XIX on a velvet belt, and the Altemberger Codices.
The latter is also the main attraction of the exhibition being a collection of legal texts drafted in the German space in the XIV-XV centuries. The volume is written in Gothic characters on parchment, it is richly ornamented with miniatures and has frames with true genre scenes made with gold leaf and natural colours.
The exhibition can be visited from daily from 10:00.
This Sunday, October 29th, at 19:00, the International Ballet Gala takes place on the stage of the “Radu Stanca” Theatre. As always, this epic ballet gala closes the International Stars and Ballet Competition Sibiu, an event organised annually by the Sibiu Ballet Theatre Company. You’ll get to see perform both part of the competitors participating in the competition, as well as the artists of the Ballet Theatre Sibiu, alongside renowned dancers from Romania and abroad.
Also Sunday, at 17:00, you can listent to Florescu-Fernandez & Friends at the German Forum’s Mirror Hall. The event begins with the chamber concert, performed by pianist Monica Florescu, violinist Ştefana Zaharia and violoncellist Makcim Fernandez Samodaiev. In the piano trio program of this recital, you will listen to popular themes of Czech, Spanish and Romanian origin, made by the great composers of classical music, as well as the trio emblematic in Ludwig van Beethoven’s minor op.1. Entrance to the event is free.
So, the weekend is upon us boys and girls. We wish you an epic and a spooktacular weekend/Halloween!