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French Institute to hold street ball on Saturday

In Budapest

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The French Institute will organize its traditional street ball on July 9, in the square opposite the institute’s building. In preparation for the French national holiday (Bastille Day), it will be celebrated with music, dance, and gastronomic delicacies.

Starting at 5 p.m., the creative workshops, offering different activities for children and adults, including digital GIF creation programs, will reflect on the 30th anniversary of the Institute’s moving to the building in Fő utca after its foundation in 1947.

Later in the evening, French singer Anna Majidson, who has collaborated with Macy Gray and Seu Jorgé, will give an intimate concert of songs from her album “La Rivière.” It will be followed by OIEE, who will mix sets by the representatives of French electro, such as Daft Punk, Phoenix, and Justice.

At the end of the evening, a surprise performer will play the greatest hits of French electronic music.

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