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Top five things to do this weekend in Prague (Aug. 27-28)

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By BOHEMIST STAFF

Not sure what to do this weekend in Prague? We’ve got you covered.

  1. FOOD piknik 2016

Come relax and spend the Sabbath with family and friends in Ladronka park for a picnic. Ordinarily, you might need to pack your own food, but who needs that? This event has picnic baskets full of great food for a symbolic price right on the site, actually, there will be 700 units. There will be a large stage with a complete program thanks to F.O.O.D. magazine including celebrities from the culinary field and music. Just bring the blanket.

Landronka Park
Saturday, August 27

www.foodpiknik.cz

      2. Flea Market

It’s that time of the year again. Get your Spring … er, Fall cleaning done and make a little money while you are at it. Do you have loads of clothes, accessories or shoes? Head over to Cafe Neustadt on Saturday and sell it! There will be coffee, cakes and a DJ, as well as lots of great clothes if you’re buying. To rent a table it is jsut 150 Kč.

Cafe Neustadt
Saturday, August 27

Karlovo náměstí 1/23
Lucie.Neustadt@seznam.cz

      3. Ai Wei Wei: Zodiac Exhibit

This is your last chance to go see the exhibit Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads by contemporary Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. Zodiac Heads is the first and long-awaited work by this acclaimed artist to be exhibited in the Czech Republic. The space in front of the Trade Fair Palace will house twelve bronze zodiac-animal heads, copies of sculptures designed for the Garden of Perfect Brightness (Yuanmingyuan) near Beijing, which were destroyed by foreign troops in 1860 during one of the Opium Wars.

Veletržní palác
Until August 31, 2016

Dukelských hrdinů 47, Praha 7 – Holešovice, 170 00

      4. Concerto Glassico 2016

Don’t miss this last opportunity to catch Concerto Glassico 2016, running in support of the Czech glass and glass jewelry-making industry. The exhibition shows the uniqueness of Czech glass and its processing techniques, the importance of glass education for the future of this sector. Additionally, the exhibition Czech glass in the reign of Charles IVin the Baroque Stables of Tuscany Palace is conceived as a tribute to Charles IV to celebrate the 700th anniversary of his birth. The show, which is FREE comes with live glass-blowing.

Tuscany Palace
Until August 31, 2016
Hradčanské námesti. 5, Hradčany,  Praha 1,  118 00

      5. Live Music: Sport / Better Leave Town

Looking for a night of good music? Look no further. France’s Sport and Brazil’s Better Leave Town are in town  to put on a display of international punk rockery. And what is more punk rock than … veganism? Drop by a little earlier to the cafe and enjoy its annual vegan feast.

Café na půl cesty
Saturday, August 27, 2016. 8:00pm-10:00pm

Park na Pankraci, 14 000, Prague 4
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