INTERFOLK DANCE FESTIVAL
2019 June 7-11 Malaga-Spain
Inter Folklor is a cultural event that will runs for 4 days in Malaga Spain. It will be the most modern folk dance festival wish will attract more than 25 dance groups from all over the world to come together to build the dance Cap which unite people with peace.
It will be a successful of it kind and in every year.
Today, the fesitval typically draws visitors to interFolk Kick-off in 4 day, before openly interfolk provides exposure to cultural groups
Avalible accommodation: 145 euro per6person with two meal covered Festival period.
For group that need official invitation we kindly ask for ealier application from to be sumbitted
2019 June 7 arriving to Accommodation choosing by group Leader with list of approved rooms. welcome evening party.
2019 June 8 Excursion programs for all interested groups
2019 June 9 Meeting with all group Leaders for preparation for evening performance after breakfast.
2019 June 10 All day events including performance for non competitors and Competition for all interested group who Enrolment for Competition and festival is an open event Judge for all winners with Special Jury and winners is final as all enrol group Leaders take part in Jury
1st prize 1,500 euro 2nd prize 1,000 euro , 3rd prize 800 euro other competitor with gift and free entry and free Accommodation to selected 2 event for 1 year.
2019 June 11 departure of all invited group after Breakfast
Note: Enrolment for competition per group is 300 euro
IF YOU DO NOT WANT YOUR GROUP TO BE PART OF COMPETITION YOU CAN TAKE PART FOR THE EVENT ONLY AND YOU DO NOT NEED TO PAID ANY ENROLMENT FOR COMPETITION
Three programs have grown out of the festival's success -
1) Interfolk Talent brings multicultural and contemporary performers to special events and conventions throughout the year.
2) Interfolk Teachings bring story tellers and performers into one arena.
3) Interfolk Travel works to bring both tours and individuals not only to the festival but to be equip with different culture of origin.
Each participating country has an opportunity to exhibit during the festival
Málaga is a port city on southern Spain’s Costa del Sol, known for its high-rise hotels and resorts jutting up from yellow-sand beaches. Looming over that modern skyline are the city’s 2 massive hilltop citadels, the Alcazaba and ruined Gibralfaro, remnants of Moorish rule. The city's soaring Renaissance cathedral is nicknamed La Manquita ("one-armed lady") because one of its towers was curiously left unbuilt.
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