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Review: Eurocultured Street Festival in Turku

Eurocultured is a series of street festivals and linked projects that celebrate the diversity of European Culture in all its forms. After its great success in Manchester back in 2010, it took place in the Finnish city of Turku earlier this year and again brought together urban dance, live music, DJ sets, hip hop theater, various action sports and graffiti artists from all over Europe, like Nychos, Mr. Jago, Elph and others!

Recently, Spearfish published their Eurocultured Retrospective video documentary, exploring the festivals origins and unique delights featuring live performances from Balkan Beat Box, Sleeping Giants, Riot Jazz, Bad Ass Brass Band, KKC Orchestra and Dr Mahogany’s’ Goat Circus, as well as interviews with some of Europe’s top graffiti artists Aryz, Mr Kern, Bue, Turkesa and many more.

It’s nice to track the ongoing success of the Eurocultured festival series, which is why I hope to being able to welcome the Eurocultured crew in Berlin in near future…!

Via ilovegraffiti.de.

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Urban Art Core is your independent, international source for street art, graffiti and urbanism from around the world, mainly focused on stories, news and actions taking place in urban environments.

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