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Latvian Song and Dance Festival to be promoted during Latvian Culture Days in Ireland

29.04.2013

In anticipation of the XXV Latvian Nation-Wide Song and XV Dance Festival to be held in Riga from June 30 to July 7 and in cooperation with Latvian Embassy to Ireland and the Latvian Society in Ireland choir ''eLVç'', the second Latvian Culture Days will take place in Ireland on May 4 and 5 in the Temple Bar district of Dublin, LETA was informed by the Foreign Ministry's press and information department.

In anticipation of the XXV Latvian Nation-Wide Song and XV Dance Festival to be held in Riga from June 30 to July 7 and in cooperation with Latvian Embassy to Ireland and the Latvian Society in Ireland choir ''eLVç'', the second Latvian Culture Days will take place in Ireland on May 4 and 5 in the Temple Bar district of Dublin, LETA was informed by the Foreign Ministry's press and information department.

Latvian Culture Days will be part of ''The Gathering Ireland 2013'' program, which is a gathering of Irish from all over the world.

Latvian Culture Days will bring together Latvian choirs and dance groups from Ireland, Latvia, England, Germany and Switzerland, and will also feature an open-air concert of song and dance.

A special photo exhibition of the Latvian Song and Dance Festival will be unveiled in Dublin on May 2, where information about the festival will also be available.

The event is being organized in cooperation with the Latvian Culture Ministry, the Latvian Embassy to Ireland, the ''Temple Bar Company'' and the Dublin City Council.

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