Category : Events
Fikret Shatri tomorrow on July 2, 2020 starts running from “Skenderbeu” Square in Pristina starting at 18:00 h.
257 km running from Pristina to Tirana.
Good luck our strongest!
All interested can join the “Albanian run from Skenderbeu, n ‘ Skenderbe” with a few kilometers wherever you can!
Mayor of Pristina, Shpend Ahmeti, said that tomorrow the regular public transport line Pristina-Airport-Pristina will begin.
Ahmeti in a status on his Facebook account, wrote that departure from Pristina and the Airport will be every hour starting at 3:00 am. He has said the ticket price will be 3 euros.
It’s route will be: Main Bus Station – Mother Theresa Cathedral – Newborn – Airport
ReMusica awarded quality Label (për shqip, shih lexo më poshtë)
For eighteen years #ReMusicaFestival has been a key pillar of cultural and concert life in Kosovo. Throughout the years we have worked hard on establishing, keeping, and improving the music programming, served as a platform for promotion of local composers and interpreters, worked on capacity building and education of musicians and the youngest of our society.
Recently ReMusica has been awarded the EFFELabel (Europe for Festivals, Festivals for Europe), a quality stamp given to remarkable art festivals which show their engagement in arts, community, and international openness.
All of these and more have positioned ReMusica not only as a key connection hub of international institutions and artists with Kosovo, but served as model for festivals in the region and beyond.
We would like to not only show our appreciation for recognition of the core values of ReMusica Festival by EFFE, but also encourage them to partner with us in working towards connecting peoples through arts, opening exchange and cooperation opportunities, and pave the way for cultural education, and the improvement of quality of life.
Our achievements so far could not have happened without the commitment of many professionals and music lovers in Kosovo, to whom we are forever grateful for establishing the crucial cultural corner in Kosovo.
For years we have been part of festival families, music makers and music professionals. ReMusica has recently won the EFFE Label (Europe for Festivals, Festivals for Europe), a quality seal awarded to outstanding art festivals that show their commitment to art, community and international character.
For 18 18 years, the ReMusica Festival has been the main cultural and concert hall in Kosovo.Throughout the years we have been working with dedication to creating, maintaining and improving the music program, serving as a platform for promoting composers and local interpreters, working on capacity building, and educating musicians and younger generations of our society.
These and many others have set ReMusica to serve not only as a tie for artists and international institutions with Kosovo, but also as a model for festivals in the region and beyond.
Not only do we want to show our gratitude for the appreciation of the fundamental values of the EFMF ReMusica Festival, but to encourage them to partner with us in creating international links through art, opening up opportunities for exchange and cooperation, and opening up education routes cultural and quality improvement of life.
Our achievements could not be vital without the dedication of many music professionals and fans in Kosovo, to whom we are generally grateful for the establishment of a critical cultural corner in Kosovo.
On Christmas day after a traditional Turkey dinner we walked into the centre of Prishtina to the Christmas market, where you can drink mulled wine for just 1euro.
The centre was full of families, despite the minus temperatures and at 11pm people were still pouring into the centre. A great place to spend Christmas Day. The Christmas lights were better than ever this year and guaranteed to bring everyone out.
Every Christmas there is a Santa Claus marathon to raise money for charity and the poor. The number of entrants grow every year.
The tradition is to spend New Years Eve with your family, so don’t expect to go out for a meal before midnight. It is like the calm before the storm, with restaurants closed and the roads very quiet, but by 1am the roads are full of cars pouring into Prishtina centre and everywhere comes to life, with restaurants full with private parties, clubs and bars full.
This year had a party in the centre, with a live band and firework display. The best place to view the fireworks are from high up, where you can see all over Prishtina and see the extent of the fireworks in all directions.