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Street Festival: Eurocultured in Manchester

Do you know “Eurocultured”? It’s a street festival with a lot of nice music and some of the most famous visual artists and performers from every corner of Europe, which is based in Manchester.

I never had heard something about the “Eurocultured” street festival, but what I read now sounds very interesting:

“We return for the seventh consecutive year to celebrate the diversity of European culture. Covering everything from traditional to current and cutting edge music.

The live painting takes place on the street giving you the chance to watch some of the best street artists in Europe creating work over the course of the weekend. This is a truly unique festival that offers easy access thanks to its City Centre location, we pride ourselves on the fact that there is something to offer all ages and tastes.” (press release)

Street artists, which where part of the festival in the last years are for example The London Police, Vhils, Belin and Tasso. This year, Aryz and Logan from Spain, Herakut from Germany and Toast from Switzerland will participate!

If you’re in Manchester between 30th and 31st of May, you have to check out the “Eurocultured” street festival! Send me your flicks…

For more info, visit eurocultured.com.

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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.

It spreads the urban Berlin voice loud and clear to metropolises far and wide and celebrates the urban arts, urban exploration movement and guerilla art interventions with news about artists, trends and exhibitions, since 2009.

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