Culture & Arts

The Best of Contemporary Art
The Best of Contemporary Art

The Best of Contemporary Art

Filling the city with art, the 11th Contemporary Istanbul brings together dozens of local and international galleries and collectors.

Sinop Meets Contemporary Art

  The 6th Sinopale - International Sinop Biennale is attended by artists from different countries all across the world and realizes the model that relies on model of “art production based...
A Brave Man on Steep Rocks
A Brave Man on Steep Rocks

A Brave Man on Steep Rocks

  Free solo climbing is a form of solo climbing where the climber is alone and without the assistance of technical equipment or ropes. Alex Honnold, 31 years old, is a master at rock climbing...
Art in Northern Europe
Art in Northern Europe

Art in Northern Europe

  One of the biggest events in Finland, the Helsinki Festival brings together art enthusiasts and many professional artists from dance, music, theater and the performing arts. With programs...
The Photobook of Hayyam Passage
The Photobook of Hayyam Passage

The Photobook of Hayyam Passage

  There's one place frequented by amateur and professional camera owners in Istanbul, a city which offers unique views at every step - Hayyam Passage. Having spent years at the shops here,...
The First Steps in Aviation
The First Steps in Aviation

The First Steps in Aviation

  In North Carolina in 1903, two brothers made an experiment that would change the course of history. Wilbur and Orville Wright succeeded in flying an engine airplane with a pilot for the...
Theater Fest in Istanbul
Theater Fest in Istanbul

Theater Fest in Istanbul

The 20th Istanbul Theater Festival stages a total of 32 shows, including 9 foreign and 23 Turkish plays as well as dance and stage performances.  tiyatro.iksv.org
The Meals with History
The Meals with History

The Meals with History

  Denizli, meaning “by the sea” -an interesting name for a city without any borders to the sea - is famous for its rooster, rich cuisine, ever-stretching cotton-white and elegant...

Calligraphy of Miracles

The first copies of the Qur’an are displayed at The Wonderful Calligraphy of the Miraculous Book: Cufic at the Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum. The exhibition is organized by the Republic of...

Picturesque Istanbul

Picturesque Istanbul
Picturesque Istanbul
Paintings that depict Istanbul by 18th century traveler painters such as Melling, Schranz, Allom, Bartlett, Lewis and Aivazovsky are displayed this month at the Istanbul Naval Museum....

A Sincere Introduction to Ortaköy

A Sincere Introduction to Ortaköy
A Sincere Introduction to Ortaköy
Were you watching television on Tuesday, June 29, 2004? For Turks, it’s not a difficult day to remember, especially if they were in front of a TV. Former U.S. president George W. Bush made an...

The History of Objects

The History of Objects
The History of Objects
Kâşif Gündoğdu has been an antiques dealer since 1976. He started his business to collect pieces that he believes promote and reflect the spirit of Istanbul. Was there ever a piece that you...
Atıl Kutoğlu’s Vienna
Atıl Kutoğlu’s Vienna

Atıl Kutoğlu’s Vienna

  Since Vienna was the capital of the Habsburgs, one of the oldest dynasties in Europe, and of a great empire, it’s a symbol of royalty with its architecture, opera, avenues and chic...
A Beyoğlu Classic
A Beyoğlu Classic

A Beyoğlu Classic

Besides fitting any mood at any time of day, chocolate is also a cornerstone of special occasions. This delicacy, which we discovered rather late as it’s only produced with the seeds from the...
Ready for Bond?
Ready for Bond?

Ready for Bond?

Daniel Craig - James Bond Was Bond more conflicted in Spectre?My Bond has always been a bit conflicted. I just try to make him real. He’s been going through such extreme moments. He has got to...
10 Years And More Than 100 Galleries
10 Years And More Than 100 Galleries

10 Years And More Than 100 Galleries

Galleries, collectors and contemporary art enthusiasts come together at Lütfi Kırdar International Congress and Exhibition Hall in November both to catch up with the developments of the art scene...
Faces Of Istanbul
Faces Of Istanbul

Faces Of Istanbul

Started in April and aiming to raise Istanbul’s profile among cities photographed on Instagram, the OneIstanbul Instagram contest looks for faces that express the spirit of Istanbul. Contestants,...
Güneştekin Is At Marlborough Barcelon
Güneştekin Is At Marlborough Barcelon

Güneştekin Is At Marlborough Barcelon

  Ahmet Güneştekin’s exhibition in Barcelona fashions a novelty – his 3-D work which he made with mirrors is presented to art enthusiasts’ taste. Encounter Konstantiniyye which is the...
Contemporary Lınes In Callıgraphy
Contemporary Lınes In Callıgraphy

Contemporary Lınes In Callıgraphy

Having opened his personal gallery İstivâ Sanat Atölyesi (Art Studio) in 2013, Levent Karaduman crowns the art of calligraphy with contemporary and modern details. Meaning the situation in which...
The Architect Of Letters: Mohammad Bozorgi
The Architect Of Letters: Mohammad Bozorgi

The Architect Of Letters: Mohammad Bozorgi

Born in Tehran in 1978, Mohammad Bozorgi has had an  unlikely educational background for an artist. After studying Biomedical Engineering and getting his MBA, Bozorgi skill lies in applying...
Fragile Patterns Of History
Fragile Patterns Of History

Fragile Patterns Of History

It is not possible to separate the tulips, towers, bridges and patterns that encircle Istanbul from the ancient city. Turkish painter İsmail Acar gives new meaning to these interconnecting...
Belgium On The Silver Screen
Belgium On The Silver Screen

Belgium On The Silver Screen

IN BRUGES Starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, this dark comedy reflects the fabulous atmosphere of Bruges so successfully that it defies all the clichés of a comedy movie. The medieval...
Genius Of Architecture
Genius Of Architecture

Genius Of Architecture

The most important figure in Turkey's architectural history, and the genius who built the unique structures of classical Ottoman architecture, Mimar Sinan is memorialized on the 427th year of his...
Istanbul in 10 Frames
Istanbul in 10 Frames

Istanbul in 10 Frames

ORTAKÖY SQUAREAn old woman feeding  seeds to the birds by hand, or a newly-wed couple posing for photographers… each time, Ortaköy Square welcomes you with a new surprise. There can’t be...
Dance of Colors on Water
Dance of Colors on Water

Dance of Colors on Water

The Turkish art of ebru has a privileged place among our traditional arts with its distinctive technique. Ebru can be used on walls for decoration as well as being applied to fabric, glass,...
Doha Museum of Islamic Arts
Doha Museum of Islamic Arts

Doha Museum of Islamic Arts

Opened in 2008, the Museum of Islamic Arts is a stunning example of I.M. Pei's approach to building modern architecture in harmony with the local culture and environment; he went to great lengths...
Filling The City With Design
Filling The City With Design

Filling The City With Design

Titled “ The Future Is Not What It Used To Be”, the 2nd istanbul Design Biennial is seeking to answer the question, “What is the future now?”  A total of 53 projects in areas like...
Akbaş Theater On Canvas
Akbaş Theater On Canvas

Akbaş Theater On Canvas

The works of noted painter Onay Akbaş, who has been pursuing his career in Paris since 1988, are found in private and public collections as well as numerous museums around the world, primarily in...
The World Of Ottoman Entertainment
The World Of Ottoman Entertainment

The World Of Ottoman Entertainment

As its title indicates, “Celebration, Entertainment and Theater in the Ottoman World” takes up the subject of entertainment and celebrations in the Ottoman Empire. This book, which tells the...
Palace Painter Zonaro’s “Motherly Love”
Palace Painter Zonaro’s “Motherly Love”

Palace Painter Zonaro’s “Motherly Love”

Born in the Italian city of Masi in 1854, Fausto Zonaro got interested in painting in his youth and studied at the Lendinara Art School in Padua. The artist, who lived in Venice after working in...
Festivals For Everyone
Festivals For Everyone

Festivals For Everyone

Holland’s biggest cultural festival, Uitmarkt has something for everyone from dance and theater to classical music for kids. Some 450,000 people are expected to attend the festival, which is...
A Digital Mosaic
A Digital Mosaic

A Digital Mosaic

On exhibition at Sabancı University’s Sabancı Museum since April 29, “Sakıp Sabancı” consists of portrait photographs flashing on a giant screen of the thousands of people who crossed...
Miff Does It Again
Miff Does It Again

Miff Does It Again

The 63rd Melbourne International Film Festival is here with an extensive program of films by directors ranging from Hong Kong master Wong Kar-wai to young Canadian genius Xavier Dolan. The...
New Markets, New Collaborations
New Markets, New Collaborations

New Markets, New Collaborations

The 83rd Izmir International Fair is taking place August 29 to September 7. Based on the theme “Logistics”, the IEF aims to draw attention to the fair’s art and culture dimension as well as...
Cluj: Aiming to Please
Cluj: Aiming to Please

Cluj: Aiming to Please

  I was very excited to see the Capitoline Wolf statue that depicts the sculpture of a she-wolf suckling Romulus and Remus in Erolior Boulevard. I was obvious; Cluj had many surprises in...

Art in Edinburgh

  Scotland hosts one of the largest art festivals in the world. Organizing events in theater, opera, music, dance, circus, as well as events for children, Edinburgh Fringe Festival is held in...
A Sea of Civilizations
A Sea of Civilizations

A Sea of Civilizations

  Having witnessed the most important events of the history of mankind and directed the development of these incidents, the Mediterranean basin becomes the focus of analysis Cyprian...
Muhammad Ali
Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali

  Born on January 17, 1942, in Louisville, the talented young boxer stood out among thousands of athletes in a very short time and participated in the Rome Olympics. Angelo Dundee was behind...
The Heart of Photography Beats in London
The Heart of Photography Beats in London

The Heart of Photography Beats in London

  The 2nd Photo London brings together 80 famous galleries from all around the world, including X-ist from Turkey, at Somerset House. photolondon.org  
Being a Family in Taiwan in the 20th Century
Being a Family in Taiwan in the 20th Century

Being a Family in Taiwan in the 20th Century

  Blending the great transformation Taiwan underwent in the mid-1900s with a family story, Green Island is a real page-turner. Having made best-seller lists with her previous book, Water...
An Introduction to Canan Berber
An Introduction to Canan Berber

An Introduction to Canan Berber

  Canan Berber's idiosyncratic oil and acryllic paintings are displayed at Triptych: Global Arts Workshop in Kiev.  www.t-gaw.com
Building Blocks
Building Blocks

Building Blocks

  Billund, a small, quaint, typically Danish town in Jutland, is home to the administrative headquarters of Lego, the global toy company. It is also the location of the original Legoland, a...

Back to the ’50s!

Take a journey into the past at Hotel Vagabond, recently opened in a 1950s art deco building. Created by famous French designer Jacques Garcia, the hotel is within walking distance of various...

Street Food under One Roof

Street Food under One Roof
Street Food under One Roof
When Danish foodies start praising a new Copenhagen restaurant, you know it’s worth visiting. This month the buzz surrounds Copenhagen Street Food, which brings together dishes from around the...

Where History Rhymes with Trade

Where History Rhymes with Trade
Where History Rhymes with Trade
  Years ago, while I was travelling by plane to the city of Kayseri, in Anatolia, central Turkey, a man talked to me about the city’s relationship with trade, and summarized an important...
The Hill that Changed History
The Hill that Changed History

The Hill that Changed History

This time, the reason I wanted to visit southeastern Turkey, which I find more and more impressive with each trip, was to visit the Göbeklitepe Archaeological Site, widely regarded as one of the...
Istanbul’s Interest In Birds
Istanbul’s Interest In Birds

Istanbul’s Interest In Birds

Of all of the animals most adored by Turkish people, birds have the most special place. The first thing shopkeepers do upon entering their shops in the morning is to throw a handful of seeds to the...
Adorned Shield Of Books: Binding
Adorned Shield Of Books: Binding

Adorned Shield Of Books: Binding

Parchment and papyrus pages used before paper was the main material for books were kept in wooden boxes. Then, when paper started to be used as a writing material, parchments were folded into...
4 Cities
4 Cities

4 Cities

SARAJEVO - 19th Jazz Fest Sarajevo turns the capital into an important European musical hub in. Sponsored by Turkish Airlines, the festival includes music workshops for kids as well. November...
Cansel Elçin’s Paris
Cansel Elçin’s Paris

Cansel Elçin’s Paris

My favorite place in the city is Montparnasse. It’s very blissful to walk or cycle around this stylish neighborhood, which is filled with cafés and restaurants. I love drinking coffee at Café...
They Explored, Captured And Won
They Explored, Captured And Won

They Explored, Captured And Won

The photo contest organized by Turkish Airlines, which invites people to see new worlds and explore other cultures, people and ideas, came to an end, with 5,107 photos having been entered from 68...
A Great Ceremony And A Great Painting
A Great Ceremony And A Great Painting

A Great Ceremony And A Great Painting

Dolmabahçe Palace has been a special place since it hosted the first painting collection during Ottoman times. The most important piece in the collection, and the biggest painting at the palace,...
Istanbul Biennial In 12 Hours
Istanbul Biennial In 12 Hours

Istanbul Biennial In 12 Hours

KÜÇÜK MUSTAFA PASHA BATH HOUSEStart exploring the biennial from the Historical Peninsula. One of the oldest structures built during Fatih the Conqueror’s reign in 1477, 24 years after the...
Art For Everyone
Art For Everyone

Art For Everyone

What’s the main idea behind Carré d’Artistes?The gallery has two purposes: providing a space for the artist in which they can exhibit their works, and to give them economic freedom. Since...
Ancient Style, Young Technique
Ancient Style, Young Technique

Ancient Style, Young Technique

Pakistani artist Ali Asad Naqvi combines the ever-changing styles of traditional arts with contemporary techniques. Inspired by Ottoman calligraphers and Muslim saint and mystic Mevlana Celâleddin...
Sculptured Pens
Sculptured Pens

Sculptured Pens

The artist demonstrated his cage sculptures, made from different materials and in different styles, in a new context. In the exhibition, he builds a new higher level by using the language itself as...
Geometric Equation
Geometric Equation

Geometric Equation

Geometry-inspired vases perfectly capture the spirit of  today's modernism. Filling these examples with flowers is a hard decision to make - they are impressive enough on their own.  
Modern Art in Istanbul in 12 Hours
Modern Art in Istanbul in 12 Hours

Modern Art in Istanbul in 12 Hours

MISIR APARTMANIMısır Apartmanı, itself a beautiful example of Art Nouveau architecture, is home to four important galleries: Galeri Zilberman, Galeri Nev, Nesrin Esirtgen Collection and Pi...
Sustainable Design
Sustainable Design

Sustainable Design

“History, curiosity, excitement, production, learning, pleasure, design and sharing… Working on the Historical Peninsula brings all these feelings to the surface. Designs and productions...
The Baroque Side Of Istanbul
The Baroque Side Of Istanbul

The Baroque Side Of Istanbul

Even an imperfect pearl is a precious stone with highlights and shadows. The Baroque is a bit like that. Slightly more slender minarets, slightly more curving tendrils in the decorations, colorful...
Art Meets Science
Art Meets Science

Art Meets Science

This year’s festival is opening with a first. Each concert will be preceded by a scientific presentation in keeping with the concept of the concert at this festival, which is bringing together...
Mythology Holds A Biennial  In Mardin
Mythology Holds A Biennial  In Mardin

Mythology Holds A Biennial In Mardin

What stands out about this year’s 3rd Mardin Biennial is that no curator has been appointed. Instead, the biennial is being collectively curated by a large team in which Mardin natives also have...
Istanbul For Kids
Istanbul For Kids

Istanbul For Kids

“Istanbul for Kids” is a book that tells children about the history, culture, architecture and legends of Istanbul. The book, which Burçak Gürün Muraben decided to write with the idea of...
Travel Buff And Bibliophile
Travel Buff And Bibliophile

Travel Buff And Bibliophile

You have a lot of travel books. Where does this passion for travel come from?I was born in the town of Emet in Kütahya province. Our region is very fond of traveling. People would start getting...
Electronic Dreaming
Electronic Dreaming

Electronic Dreaming

Isle of Dreams, which will take place at Life Park in a forest near Bahçeköy-Istanbul August 5 to 7, is welcoming some of the most popular and most followed DJ’s of electronic music such as...
Vacation At  A Music Point
Vacation At  A Music Point

Vacation At A Music Point

Located at Aya Yorgi, one of Çeşme’s loveliest coves, Babylon Çeşme is holding a series of musical events on the beach amidst orange and lemon trees. The events kick off with a performance on...
Exploring Outer Space Through Art
Exploring Outer Space Through Art

Exploring Outer Space Through Art

One of the most compelling concepts of our age, outer space is the subject this time of an exhibition, “mission [SPACExART]—beyond Cosmologies”. The show, which opened at the Museum of...
The 5th Anniversary of Çanakkale Biennale
The 5th Anniversary of Çanakkale Biennale

The 5th Anniversary of Çanakkale Biennale

  A collaboration among local and international artists, art and culture organizations, art critics and curators since its first year, the 5th International Çanakkale Biennale preserves its...
The Northern Coast of Istanbul
The Northern Coast of Istanbul

The Northern Coast of Istanbul

  People, societies, states and civilizations have passed through the Bosphorus for centuries and so have visitors. But Istanbul’s beauty is not limited to its strait and the surrounding...
Re-explore Five Cities
Re-explore Five Cities

Re-explore Five Cities

  Always feeling that Turkish literature has lacked “A Guide to Reading Tanpınar” or “Tanpınar Dictionary”, Beşir Ayvazoğlu is set to fulfill this need with his latest book, Beş...
The Idea of North Visits Toronto
The Idea of North Visits Toronto

The Idea of North Visits Toronto

  Held at Ontario Art Gallery, the exhibition The Idea of North: Lawren Harris hosts more than 80 pieces by the artist.
The Young Geniuses of Turkey Get Together
The Young Geniuses of Turkey Get Together

The Young Geniuses of Turkey Get Together

  It is very important to properly and timely recognize gifted children, the builders of our future, and to provide them with the most suitable education in order that they may realize their...
Animals in Drawings
Animals in Drawings

Animals in Drawings

  Did you know that the octopus has three hearts or that an ostrich cannot walk backwards? The Swedish artist Maja Säfström’s drawings make for an entertaining encyclopedia -The...
Paper Trails
Paper Trails

Paper Trails

  One of Turkey’s most popular ancient crafts, ebru or ebri (marbling) has been practiced here since the 17th century and revered ever since for its unique and elegant appearance. The...

Pioneer of Metaphysics Visits Pera

One of the most extraordinary artists of the 20th century, the prominent painter of the metaphysical painting style, Giorgio de Chirico meets art lovers in Turkey for the first time at Pera Museum....

Elton John Again

Elton John Again
Elton John Again
With his 33rd studio album, Wonderful Crazy Night, released worldwide by Virgin EMI Records last month, Elton John will once again have his name written in golden letters in the history of music....

Trace of Birds

Trace of Birds
Trace of Birds
Birds have a special place in Turkish culture. Prof. Dr. Halil Ersoylu deals with this subject matter in three chapters (“Birds in Thinking, Language and Literature”, “Some Birds in Beliefs...

Living Istanbul

Living Istanbul
Living Istanbul
You’ve been touring Istanbul inch by inch for more than 25 years. In addition to the tours you organize, you also continue to host a TV show called “Paha Biçilemez Istanbul”. Do you...
The Artistic Form of Paper
The Artistic Form of Paper

The Artistic Form of Paper

The art of kat’i, a kind of paper engraving, is one of the most nuanced and colored crafts to have been passed on to contemporary artisans from the Ottoman nakışhane (vignette) tradition....
Do You Know What A Sema Is?
Do You Know What A Sema Is?

Do You Know What A Sema Is?

Is there anyone else in the world other than Mevlânâ Celâleddin Rumî, whose death anniversary, not his birthday, is celebrated as happily as if one's wedding? It is so because Rumî named the...
Small Hands, Great Results
Small Hands, Great Results

Small Hands, Great Results

Yıldız Technical University photography and video graduate Şenay Yaşar and her friends are carrying out a project that aims to introduce the art of photography to children.  Their goal is...
This Month In Istanbul
This Month In Istanbul

This Month In Istanbul

Opening its doors to bookworms for the 34th time, the Istanbul International Book Fair brings together more than 800 publishing houses and NGOs at TÜYAP Fair Convention and Congress...
Piano Melodies From Antalya
Piano Melodies From Antalya

Piano Melodies From Antalya

Among the guests of the 16th International Antalya Piano Festival, for which the art director is Gürer Aykal and the artistic coordinator is Seren Akyoldaş, are accomplished musicians such as...
Golden Orange Finds Its Winner
Golden Orange Finds Its Winner

Golden Orange Finds Its Winner

Bringing together more than 100 movies from all over the world, the International Antalya Film Festival (formerly known as the Golden Orange Film Festival)is hosted by the Metropolitan Municipality...
Turkish Festival Is Celebrated With Joy
Turkish Festival Is Celebrated With Joy

Turkish Festival Is Celebrated With Joy

Operating since 2009, the Yunus Emre Institute has more than 40 culture centers outside Turkey. These centers not only teach Turkish but promote the country and its cultural heritage, culture and...
A Story That Steers History
A Story That Steers History

A Story That Steers History

How did you become interested in cinema?I studied history and got a master’s degree in sociology. During those years, I developed a great interest in cinema; the idea of building a new world...
Following History
Following History

Following History

Reinterpreting glass as an artwork by using traditional and contemporary themes, Decorium turned it into an elegant design in history with handcraft. Reflecting the glorious elegance of the...
A Cultural Repetition Kostantiniyye
A Cultural Repetition Kostantiniyye

A Cultural Repetition Kostantiniyye

Self-taught artist Ahmet Güneştekin’s new exhibition Million Stone greeted art-lovers on May 6 at the La Pietà Art and Exhibition Center in Venice, where Vivaldi once served as music master....
A Breathing Artwork In Venice
A Breathing Artwork In Venice

A Breathing Artwork In Venice

One of the most important art events in Europe, the 56th Venice Biennale is open to visitors between May 9 and November 22 at different venues around the city. At the Pavilion of Turkey at the...
A Bridge Between Civilizations
A Bridge Between Civilizations

A Bridge Between Civilizations

Designed by Fumihiko Maki, Pritzker Architecture Prize winner, and taking light as the source of inspiration, the Aga Khan Museum provides a different perspective on the Islamic arts, exhibiting...
History Hidden in the Castle
History Hidden in the Castle

History Hidden in the Castle

Archeological digs initiated at the Tokat Castle, situated at the highest point of the city with its long history, continue to explore the ancient history of the castle. A secret passage called the...
From A Theatre to A Bookstore
From A Theatre to A Bookstore

From A Theatre to A Bookstore

Located on the Santa Fe Boulevard in Buenos Aires, El Ateneo is one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world. Opened as a theater in 1919, the venue has hosted many famous tango performers,...
New Show From İpek
New Show From İpek

New Show From İpek

  Featured in the show, at Galeri İdil in Nişantaşı from December 11 through January 17 are the artist’s most recent works in the style of Expressionism. İpek, in whose canvases we see...
Bio-Art: The Marriage Of Art And Microorganisms
Bio-Art: The Marriage Of Art And Microorganisms

Bio-Art: The Marriage Of Art And Microorganisms

Can you tell us briefly about your education and your artistic career?After I graduated from the Istanbul University Department of Forest Engineering, I worked as a researcher in microbiology...
Parion An Ancient City Comes To Light
Parion An Ancient City Comes To Light

Parion An Ancient City Comes To Light

Founded in 709 B.C., the ancient city of Parion is located in the village of Kemer in the township of Biga in Çanakkale province. A major coastal city with two harbors in the Roman period, Parion...
The Mantle Of The Prophet
The Mantle Of The Prophet

The Mantle Of The Prophet

Topkapı Palace has been home to some of the most prized relics of the Islamic world ever since Sultan Selim I.  Now Sevgi Ağca, who is responsible for the Palace’s Department of Sacred...
Selçuklunun Figür Dünyası
Selçuklunun Figür Dünyası

Selçuklunun Figür Dünyası

Contrary to popular belief, figural decoration is quite common in the architecture and handicrafts of Seljuk art. Due however to the Islamic ban on figures and statuary, Selcuk figures are depicted...
Urban Festival
Urban Festival

Urban Festival

One of the originators of Trip-hop and creators of a brand of music all their own, Portishead is performing at a festival venue in the center of Istanbul on August 20. Audiences at the Midtown Fest...
Myths Come To Life
Myths Come To Life

Myths Come To Life

The Gate to Hell, an exhibition on which the Karma Design Studio has been working for a long time, was mounted with inspiration from Greek mythology. The ancient city of Hierapolis in the foothills...
Filling Up On Music
Filling Up On Music

Filling Up On Music

SZIGETThe countdown has begun for Sziget, one of Europe’s biggest music festivals. The festival, August 11 to 18, is bringing together some of the best-loved bands of multiple genres from pop and...
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