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Thank you for visiting the Arizona Russian Festival Webpage. 

Our festival is a cultural event offering traditional performances by musicians, bands, and dancers from Russia and Eastern European countries, art gallery, and games, festivities for adults and children, and traditional ethnic food. This is a fun event for the whole family to enjoy.

We hope that you will join us as we celebrate the cultural heritage and rich history of Russia and Eastern Europe. Come join us for the live entertainment and delicious food, enjoy and acquaint yourselves with our Russian heritage, make new friends and celebrate with us!

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VISIT RUSSIA WITHOUT LEAVING AMERICA!

We offer you exciting performances by world-famous performers including Barynya, The Flying Balalaika Brothers, The Chalet Dancers, Via Romen, and more! Enjoy unique Russian and eastern ethnic cuisine, and share in the fun with games for children, crowd dances, and activities for the whole family to enjoy.
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Our annual festival is held at Heritage Square and Science Park in downtown Phoenix – the home to James Beard Award-winning restaurants, the world class Arizona Science Center, the historic 1895 Rosson House Museum and its collection of carefully restored historic homes and buildings. Heritage & Science Park is a crucial piece of the cultural landscape in downtown Phoenix. The tree-lined park also is a popular home for major festivals and special events that bring thousands to the area each year.

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SOME OF OUR PERFORMERS THAT PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL QUALITY ENTERTAINMENT

Critically-acclaimed Barynya of New York

The Flying Balalaika Brothers of Texas

Via Romen of California

The International award-winning Chalet Dancers of Colorado

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Arizona maps or tourism information, please contact the Arizona Office of Tourism at http://www.arizonaguide.com or 1-866-275-5816. 

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