Jelgava has celebrated the opening of the Sand sculpture park!
Jelgava has celebrated the opening of the 16th International Sand sculpture park, bringing together sand art lovers from Latvia and other countries. This year's competition sculptures were created by 15 professional sculptors from 10 countries - the Czech Republic, Spain, Ukraine, Canada, Turkey, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Estonia, Mongolia, and Latvia. In turn, the demo sculpture was created by Latvian sculptors Kārlis Īle and Maija Īle.
For two days, the park's opening celebration program was filled with a variety of activities for the whole family - bubble workshops, foam parties, and attractions. In the evening program, popular Latvian musicians - DJ Mareks Ameriks, Ivo Fomins, Edavārds and the association “Riga Reggae” took the stage.
The sand sculpture park in Jelgava will be open all summer long! In June, it is available to visitors from 10 AM to 8 PM. The entrance fee to the sand sculpture park is 3 euros, while for children, students, pensioners and people with disabilities - 2 euros. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket shop on the Pasta Island.
Sculpture park opening hours at solstice time:
June 23rd, 24th | 10.00 - 15.00