Kašpárkohraní provides an interesting program full of music and theatre, as well as a wide range of sports activities, interactive games and creative workshops.
The entertaining afternoon will be presented by clowns Barin and Fretti from Bolek Polívka’s Manéž. The programme starts at noon and ends at 7 p.m. Kašpárkohraní’s integral part is the Kašpárek v rohlíku band, which will present its new concert show Ten Holywůd!!! Their guests will be Márdi and Mejla from Vypsaná fiXy, Honza Kalina from Sto zvířat, Jura Hradil from Tatabojs, Zemánek from Wohnout and Romana Neumannová from Znouzectnost.
The youngest visitors will be happy to see Majda from Kouzelná školka and Petr Vacek, who will sing children’s favourite songs by Jan Vodňanský and Zuzana Navarová. Dětská Opera Praha will present a miniopera by Jaroslav Uhlíř and Zdeňek Svěrák. Older spectators might be interested in the beatbox-vocal improvisation by Ondra Havlík, who is the latest vice-champion of the world in looping and who has already been twice the champion of the Czech Republic in beatbox.
Besides the traditional procession of large masks, there will also be a performance on stilts by Long Vehicle Circus and juggling performance by Bratři v tricku, who have also prepared a little juggling workshop. Visitors of all ages will have the opportunity to appreciate the dance performance by the group Najevo or a theatre performance Potopa světa. Last but not least, children can look forward to Václav Strasser’s popular bubble show.
Other items on the programme include a tournament in marbles under the supervision of the Czech Marble Association, whose member is the world champion Pavel Zoufalý, floorball, rugby, athletics, kung-fu and taek-wondo presented by the former European champion in breaking techniques Jan Novák.
For more information on the festival, visit www.kasparkohrani.cz/ (available only in Czech).