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International Kite Festival ARTEVENTO
25 September, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 4 October, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
40th edition of the International Kite Festival.
Also this year in Spring you will be able to see kites from all over the world flying together on the beach!
Like every year, the sky is filled with kites from all over the world. A Festival symbol of imagination and creativity.
The best Kite masters on the planet have been meeting in spring on the beach of Cervia since 1981.
200 guest artists from 30 countries around the world, more than 1000 accredited kite flyers, acrobatic, combat and traction kite exhibits. There will be educational workshops for children, the Fair of wind and quality craftsmanship, exhibitions, installations, “Wind gardens” and night flights.
How is it born?
Born from a happy intuition of the painter Claudio Capelli who plays the role of organizer and artistic director, the Festival is now considered, in its kind, as one of the ten most important in the world. It represents the ideal appointment with the different cultures of the planet, in total respect for the values of brotherhood, peace and the environment.
The art of building a kite
The Festival opens a window on the colorful world of world kite racing, with its original characters and fascinating flying creatures. It also offers the opportunity to learn the art of building and flying the kite directly from the great world champions of this discipline.
Every weekday and Saturday, there will be workshops reserved for schools (by reservation), while on holidays will be held open to all children. The “lessons” include the meeting with experienced international kite masters accompanied by an interpreter, the construction of a kite, as well as the initiation of flight techniques. The budding kites and amateurs at the first flight experiences can try their hand in the spaces reserved for them adjacent to the area reserved for kite masters.
Our Family Hotel offers you this offer, book now!
Saturday 26 September: Night flight
Saturday 3 October: The night of miracles