The Icebreakers Festival is being held on April 29-30 in St. Petersburg featuring four acting ships, one museum ship and massive cultural and show program and providing an absolutely unique opportunity to see how an icebreaker looks from inside.
Four Russians icebreakers — Mudyug, Murmansk, Saint Petersburg and Ivan Kruzenshtern — will be moored at Angliyskaya (English) and Lieutenanta Shmidta (Lieutenant Shmidt) embankments. Icebreaker Leonid Krasin, which is now a museum, is located across the Neva river and is also a part of the festival.
You can visit all the ships for free. A real splendid opportunity for all transport and technology lovers to get details about how a Russia icebreakers is functioning or at least shoot incredible selfies.
There will be a few scenes organized at the embankments where you can see musical bands and dancing collectives performing from 11.00 to 19.00 throughout the two days.
On April 30, the main and the most picturesque event will take place: a dance of … tows. We saw it a few years ago. Well, that’s amazing, really 🙂 Hope we will film it this year and load it on our YouTube channel.
All the activities of the festival are free.
Schedule: April 29-30, 11.00 — 19.00
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