Festival marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia

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Brno Exhibition Centre (Brněnské výstaviště)

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Celebrate the century with the Slovanská epopej (Slav Epic) and the largest Czechoslovak date!

There have never been such events before! The celebration of a century! The RE:PUBLIKA festival will open the gates to the Brno Exhibition Centre for three weeks. You simply can’t miss out on the 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia.

The RE:PUBLIKA festival is drawing closer. You may have met Maxim Velčovský, Arnošt Goldflam, and Kometa players at the Brno Exhibition Centre. Maxim Velčovský is one of the renowned designers who will present the best contemporary Czech design at Avant Garde. Arnošt Goldflam will show you that literature isn’t boring as part of 100 let 100 knih (100 Years, 100 Books). And the Kometa players? Can you imagine a presentation of the best sport victories without them? Definitely not in the Re:lax zóna (Re:lax Zone).

Entrance to the grounds is free. It is open 7 days a week and all of the pavilions have programmes for adults and children.

It will run for the following 3 weeks, including 4 weekends, and include a rich programme as well as tasty delicacies. You’ll find entertainment, enlightenment, and relaxation, and the beautiful Brno Exhibition Centre grounds will be open for you to explore. Fun and relaxation – maybe that should be the subtitle?

“We want to use RE:PUBLIKA to create an interactive space where everyone can meet, discuss, relax, learn, and enjoy. We hope Brno residents will enjoy the event, experience it, and make it their own.” Petr Vokřál, Mayor of the City of Brno

“We’re celebrating 100 years since independence, but large historical milestones are merely an opportunity for us to focus on personal human stories. We don’t want to be only an exhibition of local history, but a festival of emotion – experiences!” declared Pavel Anděl, the festival’s Creative Director.