Night of culture

I just got home from the so called Night of culture. It’s a yearly thing when the city books many venues and concerts on the same night, and you can visit all the museums, which are open until midnight, and the exhibitions are free of charge.
I saw about ten concerts, ranging from African acoustic soul to local heavy metal, visited four museums, saw pottery and other crafts in action. I also visited the local Freemasons, who held open house. So much culture in so little time.

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4 Responses to Night of culture

  1. nikskie says:

    that’s very cool. i’m officially jealous :p

  2. jill says:

    Sounds great! I never go to those things, but I always regret it afterwards :S
    Love the photo!

  3. Kelly says:

    Wow, I didn’t think that Freemasons ever let outsiders into their club :) How was it? Did you get to meet the Grand Master lol?

  4. Araceli Estrada says:

    Wow! Museums open until midnight with exhibitions free of charge? I am so jealous. I would love to see some of our museums open that late. Art shows maybe. We have a couple of museums that are free of charge. Great ones. But none that are open until late. This is wonderful!

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