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Tsiskvili Group to Host "Georgian Corners Festival" on July 6-7

On July 6-7, Tsiskvili Group will host the "Georgian Corners Festival." The festival is partnered with the United Nations Women's Organization, under whose auspices 10 female entrepreneurs will participate.

This year's festival has expanded significantly and will be held in partnership with "Meidan Group" on Sion Street, one of the most touristic areas.

"We will showcase the rich and authentic Georgian heritage of Imereti, Samegrelo, Svaneti, Samtskhe-Javakheti, Guria, and Racha with choreographic and folklore performances, as well as gastronomy. Guests will have the opportunity to taste authentic Georgian dishes, wine, and products while enjoying Georgian polyphonic songs and dances. Additionally, they can view and purchase interesting Georgian handicrafts on the spot," explained the festival organizers.

Supporters and partners of the festival include both large and small companies, as well as small entrepreneurs and farmers who will be represented at the event.

"Tsiskvili Group" is one of the largest restaurant chains in Georgia, known for its continuous development and introduction of innovations not only in gastronomy but also in cultural and artistic spheres.

In 2023, the "Tsiskvili Group" founded the "Georgian Corners Festival" with the primary aim of familiarizing and popularizing the culture, folklore, choreography, and gastronomy of Georgia for both local and foreign guests.

Program:

July 6

  • 13:00 - Official opening ceremony of the festival
  • 14:00 - Performances by:
    • Meliton Balanchivadze Central Music School Children's Folk Ensemble "Nai-Nai"
    • Akaki Vasadze Folk Ensemble
    • Ensemble of teachers of the third music school named after Z. Anjafaridze
    • A. Vasadze Folklore School Choreographic Ensemble
    • Folk Ensemble of Kutaisi Municipality "Bermukha"
    • Children's Choreographic Group of the Student Youth Palace
  • 15:30 - Samtskhe-Javakheti performances by:
    • Folk ensemble "Meskheti"
    • Choreographic ensemble "University of Meskheti"
    • "Lomsia"
  • 16:30 - Svaneti performances by:
    • "Riho" ensemble
  • 12:00 – 20:00 - Singing and dancing performances, gastronomy, exhibition-sale, tasting, master classes, and children's activities

July 7

  • 12:00 - Opening of the festival
  • 14:00 - Racha performances by:
    • Shalva Japaridze folklore ensemble "Racha"
    • Choreographic ensemble "Orba"
  • 15:30 - Guria performances by:
    • Folk band "Narti"
  • 16:30 - Samegrelo performances by:
    • Ensembles "Musikeli", "Kolkhuri Trio", "Gogalai"
    • Choreographic ensemble "Kolkhi"
  • 12:00 – 20:00 - Singing and dancing performances, gastronomy, exhibition-sale, tasting, master classes, and children's activities