November 29, 2019 – Advent in Trogir will run from December 4, 2019, to January 5, 2020.
Dalmatinski Portal reports that the third winter Advent in Trogir officially kicks off on Wednesday, December 4th with the charity event ‘When Little Hands Get Together’, which will only be the slightest introduction to a series of events, concerts, plays, exhibitions, book presentations, gastro presentations and performances that will take place in the heart of Trogir’s city center until January 5, 2020.
The winter advent festivities are becoming a beautiful tradition in the famous coastal museum town and an event that brings vibrancy to the city even during the winter.
“I believe that with the program this year, we have raised the bar a little more. We had a great response from the great reaction of the people in the first two years and this is a sign that this event was badly needed in Trogir – and we even have visitors attending from other cities in the surrounding area,” said deputy mayor Viktor Nova.
This year the morning and afternoon hours are reserved for the youngest guests. On December 6, the children of Trogir will wait for St. Nicholas, and over the next month, they will enjoy fairytales, face painting, workshops, performances, and more.
“As for the evening program, it will be opened on December 6 by the stars of ‘A strane’, the great Matija Cvek, who will be joined by Vjeko and Ana. In the days that follow, there will be concerts by Klapa Iskon, Amel Curic, Frajle, Sandi, and Jure Stublic and Film. We will have an early New Years’ Eve celebration in the morning with Trogirski Kanti, and Marko Pecotic will introduce us to the New Year,” deputy mayor Novak added.
You can find the full program for this winter’s Advent in Trogir here.
Recall, earlier this week, the town of Trogir unveiled a new branding strategy, visual identity, and promotional video, becoming the first coastal destination in Croatia to use branding at such a serious and professional level.
The result of the creative process is the slogan “Marked by Masters”, influenced by the continuity of life in Trogir for over 3600 years, the great masters who have operated in Trogir since the Middle Ages, and the indelible traces that these masters leave. You can watch the new promo video below.
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