What’s On in Prague This Week

Summer has arrived and with it comes the most awaited time of the year. Let’s enjoy the good weather and a series of open-air parties with friends, music, and unbeatable views.

June 30
Dining at Charles Bridge
A 500-meter long table will be placed on Charles bridge to celebrate the end of corona crisis. Book your place at the table and bring your own food.
When: 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.

June 30
Summer cinema at Žluté lázně. Movie: A star was born
When: starts at 9:30 p.m.

June 30
Rozmarné hudební léto – Summer music festival. Concerts at Žluté lázně – Mucha, Kašpárek v rohlíku
Ticket 290CZK

June 30 – July 2nd
Three open-air concerts of Czech famous band Mig 21
Where: Výstaviště
When: starts at 8 p.m

July 1st
Tantra Hatha Yoga at Lucerna Rooftop
When: starts at 8:30 p.m.
Ticket: 250 CZK

July 1
Eat-in cinema at Manifesto Smíchov
Movie this Thursday: A star was born

July 3 – July 4
Prague Summer fest
Open Air party at Žluté lázně
Price at door: 200 CZK

July 3
Rooftop summer fest. This Friday the part is at Fashion Club Prague
Náměstí Republiky 8, Prague 1
Ticket: 100 CZK

July 4
DarkRoom boat party at Náplavka. Groovy house music, sunset sailing, and fine people all around.
Tickets: 277 – 333CZK

July 4
Summer cinema in Žluté lázně. Movie: Green book
When: start 9:30 p.m.

July 4-6
Street Food Fest: variety of flavors, aromas, and specialties from around the world. You will also get a tasting of live music and of course a rich program for your children.

July 5
Tango dancing at Rooftop Lucerna
When: start at 6 p.m.
Ticket: 100 CZK

 

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