Visit Red Square. Since 2011, the main celebrations were moved there from Tverskaya Street. This has become a convenient solution in terms of space organization. Now on the main square of the country the mayor will congratulate Muscovites who have come to the holiday. Those wishing to spend the day on Red Square will also be able to see the festive program. In 2011, for example, a grand theatrical performance was held there.
Don’t miss the open-air theater, which is usually organized in Theatre Square. Several popular productions are selected each year for this event.
Come to the event held on Pushkin Square – meeting with journalists of leading newspapers and magazines. It will be interesting to people interested in politics and social life of the city and the country.
If you like music, go to Worshipful Mountain. Almost every year, concerts are organized at this venue on the day of the city. For example, in 2011, an event was held with the participation of folklore groups from both Moscow and other regions of the country.
Students or schoolchildren should know in advance what activities are planned specifically for young people – each year their list changes. It can be a concert of popular bands, a theatrical performance art, or a sports festival. Often, Tushin Field is chosen as a place for youth revellers.
Go all your family for a walk. Parks, such as Gorky Central Library, can be visited with children. A special festive program with music and entertainment is organized for small spectators.
Increase your readability. Readings of their works are organized near monuments to Pushkin, Gogol and other writers and poets. This event will appeal to fans of Russian wordiness.
Don’t forget the fireworks, which concludes the holiday. It can be seen from many points in Moscow. Sometimes a light show is held instead of fireworks, even more startling to the imagination. Thus, almost every Muscovite and guest of the capital on the City Day will be able to find any event interesting for themselves.