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Rock music seems to have fans in any single city and town of the world, and, of course, sunny Odessa is no exception. This seacoast city is being famous for its luxury night clubs and restaurants, but it also offers few good rock places as well. Check out rock bars in Odessa, where you can have a cold beer and listen to powerful rock sound.

On October 14, Ukrainians celebrate Defender Day in order to honor heroism and courage of brave warriors, who protect independence and territorial integrity of Ukraine, and to consolidate the spirit of patriotism in society. In 2017, Ukrainian Defender Day falls on Saturday, so the official holiday will be shifted to Monday, October 16. In such a way, Ukrainians are going to have three days off in a row. Let`s check out how Ukrainian cities will celebrate Ukrainian Defender Day 2017.

Very soon the vibrant blue and yellow colors of Ukrainian flag will adorn the streets of every city to commemorate the important national event of our Ukrainian Independence Day. All region capitals will celebrate this event. Meanwhile, Kyiv had begun preparing for this day a couple of weeks in advance.

The last and the hottest summer month is going to be full of bright impressions. Apart from relaxing beach days and outdoors picnics in nature with friends, there are also some interesting music events to come. All music fans who stay in Odesa and Lviv this August are welcome to enjoy exciting concerts and music parties.

Z-Games: The Spirit Of Action is one of the biggest sports and music festivals in Eastern Europe. In August 2017 this massive event will take place in Zatoka - beachfront town in Odesa region from August 21st, 2017 and will last for 7 days till August 27th.

Odesa is well-known by being a night life paradise. This city has various night clubs for any taste and budget. A dance-floor with colorful neon lights, rhythmic DJ sets, karaoke, tasty cocktails and happy people…what can be better for enjoying a night out in Odesa? Check our list of night clubs in Odesa 2017 worth visiting.

The season of live music performances in Ukraine is in full play. “Destinations” provides all music fans with list of the concerts worth visiting in Ukraine in April 2017.

Now that winter holidays are almost over, you can go back to seeing musicians, visiting concerts and enjoying various live gigs. January brings plenty of high-profile music events to Odesa.

Smells of ginger bread will soon fill the air around Primosrky Boulevard in Odesa. The Ginger Bread Houses Festival in Odesa has grown into something more than just a Christmas pastry art exhibition. It has become a true family holiday tradition in Odesa.

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German Kirche in Odessa is hosting its annual Christmas Fair on December 13 -15th, 2016. Looking for gift inspiration? A last-minute bauble? Look no further than this most anticipated Christmas market in Odessa.

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Now that summer and early fall music festival season is over, you can go back to seeing musicians as they were originally intended—inside concert halls, clubs and theaters. November brings plenty of high-profile music events to Odessa.

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Autumn festival and concert season in Odessa brings bands and musicians of various genres and kinds. «Destinations» rounded up top autumn music events in Odessa.

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Manhattan Short is the world's most 'People Powered' Film Festival. During the week of Friday September 22 to Sunday October the 1, 2016 over 100,000 film lovers in over 300 Cinemas across 6 Continents will unite to view & vote on the Finalists Films' in the 17th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival. Manhattan Short is coming to Ukraine as well.

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Billie Joe Armstrong once sang: "Wake me up when September ends." We'd better stay lucid this month, otherwise we risk to skip some major concerts happening in Odessa this month. Explore our picks of the top September 2016 concerts in Odessa to highlight the end of summer.

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Very soon the vibrant blue and yellow colors of Ukrainian flag will adorn the streets of every city; shopkeepers will clear their counters for little two-colour flags and patriotic merchandise. TV channels will start airing documentaries, movies and talk shows to commemorate the important national event of our Ukrainian Independence Day. 

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