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Prague Events Guide 2014

Prague events » September 2014:

Prague hosts events all year round, from the Christmas and Easter markets to the Prague Marathon, food and beer festivals, special exhibitions, pop concerts, and folk and classical music festivals. 2014 is no exception.

  September 2014

Municipal House
Vital Art Nouveau 1900
Date: 01 July 2014 - 31 December 2015
Time: 10:00-19:00
Municipal House is the foremost Art Nouveau building in Prague. This exhibition presents late 19th century Czech and European Art Nouveau works, on loan from the Museum of Decorative Arts. Decorative art shown at the Paris World’s Fair of 1900 will also form part of the exhibition, which totals over 400 items.
Where: Municipal House, Republic Square 5, Old Town, Prague 1
Price: 150czk

Opera Barocca Summer Festival
Opera Barocca Summer Festival
Date: 15 August 2014 - 07 September 2014
Experience the elegance of the 17th & 18th centuries with an open-air soirée of Baroque opera, ballet, dance and arias in the courtyard at Clam-Gallas Palace, one of the most beautiful Baroque buildings in Prague. Features dancers and singers in period costume, and musicians performing on authentic Baroque instruments.
Where: Clam-Gallas Palace, Husova 20, Old Town, Prague 1
Website: Opera Barocca Summer Festival

O2 Prague Grand Prix 2014
O2 Prague Grand Prix 2014
Date: 06 September 2014
The Mattoni Prague Grand Prix is the last major running event of the year through Prague's city centre. Participants run the course at night, through the illuminated historical streets. The atmosphere at the Old Town Square is enhanced by live music and dancing. The event comprises a 10km Men's Race, 5km Women's Race, and 10km Men's and 5km Women's team races.
Where: Women's 5km race Starts (19:00) & Finishes (time limit 19:45) at the Old Town Square.
Men's 10km race Starts (20:30) & Finishes (time limit 22:00) at the Old Town Square.
Website: O2 Prague Grand Prix 2014

Dvorak Prague Festival 2014
Dvorak Prague Festival 2014
Date: 09 September 2014 - 22 September 2014
This major series of concerts celebrates Antonín Dvořák, the great Czech composer. Concerts feature the works of Dvorak and International composers, performed by Czech and International orchestras. Performances take place in the magnificent main hall at the Rudolfinum, itself named Dvorak after the great man.
Where: Rudolfinum Concert Hall, Alsovo nabrezi 12, Old Town, Prague 1
Website: Dvorak Prague Festival 2014

Prague Castle
Festival of the Grape at Prague Castle
Date: 20 September 2014 - 21 September 2014
The 9th annual Festival of the Grape celebrates the harvest. The Ball Games House at Prague Castle is holding a Czech and Moravian wine tasting. In the Prague Castle Gardens, taste the new half fermented wine and fresh grape juice, and enjoy a fencing tournament and demonstrations by traditional craftsmen: potters, basket weavers and coopers. In the Castle nursery, usually closed to the public, see the 70+ plants grown to decorate the castle. Admission is free.
Where: Prague Castle, Castle District, Prague 1
Getting There: Take the metro to Malostranska (line A) metro station, then tram 22 to Prazsky Hrad.

St. Wenceslas Vines Festival
St. Wenceslas Vines Festival
Date: 27 September 2014 - 28 September 2014
Time: 10:00-20:00
On the hillside below Prague Castle lies St. Wenceslas Vineyard. The St. Wenceslas Vines Festival is a small gathering organised by Villa Richter to celebrate the wine harvest. There are finished wines, fermented wines and gastronomic delights to taste, plus knightly contests, music, dance and even St. Wenceslas himself.
Where: Staré zámecké schody 251, Castle District, Prague 1
Getting There: From Malostranska (line A) metro station walk up Klarov street. Just before the pink building on the left, take the Staré zámecké schody (Old Castle Steps). St. Wenceslas Vineyard is 5 minutes up the steps (the steps finish at Prague Castle, so you could walk down from castle instead).
Website: St. Wenceslas Vines Festival

Prague events
Day of the Czech Statehood
Date: 28 September 2014
Public holiday. Prague sightseeing & entertainment operate as normal. Shops have limited opening times.

Prague Opera
Prague Opera, Ballet & Classical Concert listings & tickets
Dates: September 2014
Prague is famous for opera, ballet and classical concerts. Performances take place in three magnificent opera houses, in stunning concert halls and in an array of beautiful historic churches. Tickets are reasonably priced, so shows often sell out. Advance reservations are therefore highly recommended.
Website: Prague opera, ballet and concert listings & tickets

Prague Theatre
Prague Theatre listings & tickets
Dates: September 2014
Visit the Prague theatre for a typically Czech experience.
Black light theatre is a highly charged mix of dynamic dance, mime, singers, film, and state-of-the-art visual and sound effects. And marionette theatre features giant puppets. Shows are highly visual to appeal to adults and children of all ages and nationalities. Advance reservations are highly recommended.
Website: Prague theatre listings & tickets


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