In 2007, this traditional feast of city culture was replicated from other European capitals and established in Vilnius. Every year, on one night in June, the capital of the country does not sleep. The city squares turn into dance schools and dance clubs under the stars, parks are transformed into large cinemas on the grass, and rivers are decorated with art installations and shining mazes. Classical, rock and organ concerts can be found in churches; theatrical performances are given in narrow city streets; love songs are played from balconies; hand-made lights shine; poetry is recited; lullabies are sung; and museums that stay open all night long tempt people with musical performances and animation.
More information: www.kulturosnaktis.lt