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Day of free metro: come down to look, to listen, to dance

Musical performances, a photo exhibition and flash mobs will be held on 19 September.

As previously reported, on September 19 in Tashkent declared the Day of free subway. Thus, the number of stations and platforms transitions between them turn into a platform for exciting ideas, become a stage for musicians and actors.

Already at 08:00 passengers will enjoy theater and music program on "Oybek" metro station (in the transition to the metro station "Mingurik"). And from 17:00 to 19:00 you can enjoy the performance of a symphony orchestra.

Since the opening of the metro and close it in the tunnel at the transition between the stations "Amit Temur Hiyoboni" and "Yunus Rajabi" lovers of art will expect an art gallery, art and chamber string quartet.
In the lobby of the transition between the stations "Pakhtakor" and "Alisher Navoi" there are historical photo exhibition dedicated to the development of the Tashkent subway.

Also, during the period from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 20:00 to 22:00 will be organized unusual flash mobs. In particular, the dance. It can be seen in the subway cars on three lines.
The same area of ​​the cover and musical flash mob. Street musicians play the guitar, Cajon, saxophone. The second part will be a performance of opera singers.

For the youngest passengers will perform mimes, magicians and of course the animators in costumes of superheroes and cartoon characters.
Recall, Tashkent in this year joined the European Mobility Week. global campaign period - from 16 to 22 September 2019.

Official opening of the Mobility Week was held at the construction site of a new metro station "Turkistan" (Yunusabad line). Was organized by JSC "Uzbekistan Temir Yollari" and UP "Tashkent subway." Together with the head of the EU delegation in Uzbekistan Edward Stiprajs participants of the event visited the new project and got acquainted with the ongoing work and officially have launched the European Mobility Week.

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