The two-day celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Czechoslovak Republic in the center of České Budějovice, when this historic city was telling its story, dressed in a coat of the First Republic.
Opening of a period café offering everything you would expect from a café in the 1920s started a trip to the First Republic on Friday. At the twilight many passers-by were stopped by Eva doing stupidity, a movie of the summer cinema right in the square. The evening was closed by a stunning Videomapping on four buildings that were narrating a hundred-year-old story.
Saturday morning hosted the period market in the square, the café was full of guests, and the overall atmosphere was attended by the exhibition of veteran cars, a group of extras and retrocyclists. Four old women were telling old local mythos in the adjoining streets. The accompanying program in the form of a dance school, period fashion shows or fairy tale about postman has pleased many visitors and caught them up in the atmosphere of the First Republic. The Big Blast band, the unique Jan Smigmator & Swing Trio and the top of it was the swing legend, Ladislav Kerndl, all of them took care of the programme on the stage.