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On Monday, April 30, tickets will go on sale to August's Lady Gaga concert in Riga, LETA was informed by the ''FBI'' concert agency.
28.04.2012 -LETA Police and Riga City Council invite cyclists to participate in May 1 Riga Bicycle Parade
The State Police and the Riga City Council will organize the Riga Bicycle Parade in the capital on May 1, inviting every person to take part.
Despite previous estimates, the organizers of Big Cleanup Day say that approximately 210,000 persons actually participated in the event this years.
28.04.2012 -Venere.com Swimming Pools and Water Parks in Riga
Riga is a historic city with moderate temperatures ranging from the 10Cs to the 20Cs during summer. Visitors and residents alike are lucky, as pools in Riga are usually open all seven days of the week and...
28.04.2012 -Baltictimes.com Ballet for everyone!
Yes, the title perfectly applies to this year’s International Baltic Ballet Festival. Why is that, you might ask? Because this year the festival has classical events alongside modern dance, historical...
"Every country produces one singer in each generation who represents that country, the way Bruce Springsteen represents America or Bono does Ireland. Zucchero is the Italian voice for...
04.04.2012 -The Baltic Times Never-ending city exhibited in Riga
It can be said that all people like to travel around the world and take impressions home with them, to create a new understanding about what is happening on other shores of the planet.
In early April, ahead of this year's Easter festivities, Rigans and city guests are invited to various pre-Easter events - concerts and spring exhibitions, LETA was informed by Riga City Council...
04.04.2012 -BBN Residents: Riga needs its own Eiffel Tower
53% of Latvia residents say that Tallinn is the most tourist-friendly city in the Baltic states. Riga ranks the second (36%), but Vilnius the third (11%).
A multitude of events, including concerts, master workshops and artistic and recreational activities for children, will be held in Riga over the Easter holidays, LETA was informed by Riga City Council...