Night-time show of Strolls in the Mirror
Martigues - Art lyrique - Opéra - Le 12 septembre à 21h - Free
Destination Venice and its prestigious evenings.
Night show in sound and light: a 700 sqm stage will host 140 costumed costumes presenting different paintings.
The 2019 theme will be the meeting between the carnival of Venice and the carnival of Rio.
Let's join together in an unforgettable evening, mixing traditions, history, music, magic costumes and modernity.
As part of the Flâneries au Miroir, September 7 and 8, 2019.
To note :
- From Wednesday 4th to Sunday 8th September, in the Ferrières garden, "the Italian village": artisan and gastronomic market.
From 10h to 20h (18h on Sunday) and night on Saturday.
- The strolls of the costumes in 2019:
Saturday from 15h to 17h in Ferrières (with passage on the Italian market).
Sunday from 10am to 12pm in Jonquières.
Sunday from 15h to 17h30 in the island.
No admission charge
- Public car park
Information provided by OT Martigues
Association Masques Vénitiens de France
Eliane à Venise
4 boulevard De la Comtesse
Place of liberation
Quartier de L'Île
- 04 42 42 31 10
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