Closer jazz. Dennis Adu Septet
Ghana-born Ukrainian Musician Dennis Adu plays tonight in a septet in a famous Kyiv club ‘Closer’. At times, Dennis was the winner in nominations “The Best Musician in Ukraine” and “The Best Arrangement of Jazz Standard”. Don’t miss the magical music night of this talented guy!
WHEN: Tonight, January 12th, 8 – 11 pm
WHERE: ‘Closer’ club, Nyznyoyurkivska str., 31
HOW MUCH: 200 UAH
‘The New Year Ice Show’ is an awesome combination of opera singers and ice-skating stars, accompanied by ‘NAONI’ orchestra. Enjoy the ‘ice’ night with a music of Tchaikovsky, Mozart, and many others.
WHEN: Saturday, January 13th, 7 PM
WHERE: The Palace of Sport, Sports sq.,1
HOW MUCH: 450 – 650 UAH
The ‘Old New Year’ and Wine
Ukrainians celebrate New Year twice a year, can you imagine? This happened because of a mess with Julian and Gregorian calendars that occurred about a century ago. So now on so-called ‘Old New Year Eve,’ we invite you to celebrate! VIAN bar celebration will be full of wine and awesome food!
WHEN: January 12-14th, 6 – 11 PM
WHERE: VIAN bar, Mykhailivska str., 21B
HOW MUCH: Free, however, table reservation through the Facebook page is recommended
Ice-skating rink at VDNH
If the Ice Show inspires you to try some ice-skating on your own, VDNH is the perfect place for it. This weekend will apparently be the last to do the night ice-skating here. So don’t lose your chance for unlimited night rink pass with disco, bar, soft pillows and hookah.
WHEN: January 12-14th, 9 pm – 2 am
WHERE: VDNH, Akademika Glushkova ave, 1
HOW MUCH: 150 UAH
Night in Ukrainian Style
Another way to celebrate New Year again is to get to a cozy club ‘Famous’ that hosts a special fashion-themed party. Two exclusive runways with twenty beautiful models. All dresses are contemporary Ukrainian fashion with elements of traditional style. Bring your friends and enjoy the night!
WHEN: Saturday, January 14th, 9 pm
WHERE: ‘Famous’ club, ARENA city, Velyka Vasylkivska str., 5
HOW MUCH: to be confirmed
Triangle, the contemporary Ukrainian art exhibition
An exhibit hosted by Sky Art Foundation that presents works of four talented Ukrainian authors who work in three different art spheres: painting, ceramics, and street-art. The purpose of the exhibit is to give a message of necessary education that can be promoted through art.
WHEN: Until January 28th
WHERE: TSUM, Khreshchatyk str., 38, the 7th floor
HOW MUCH: Free