Dance festival fire was lit in Kihnu


At 21.47 in the eve of St. John’s Day Ülo Luht, the artistic director of the 18th dance festival “Meri” (The Sea) and Veera Leas, Director of the Kihnu Community Centre lit the dance festival fire from the St. John’s Day bonfire. Thereafter the fire was given in the storm lantern into the care of the people of Kihnu for three days who placed the lantern on a raft and sent it to a pond near the Community Centre to wait its further journey. In the morning of 27 June the people of Kihnu will start in fishing boats towards Pärnu where the dance festival fire will join the song festival fire that was brought from Tartu by inland waters on historical vessels.

Director of the Kihnu Community Centre Veera Leas and artistic director of the dance festival Ülo Luht place the dance festival fire in the storm lantern. Photo: Olev Mihkelmaa

Director of the Kihnu Community Centre Veera Leas and artistic director of the dance festival Ülo Luht place the dance festival fire in the storm lantern. Photo: Olev Mihkelmaa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Artistic director of the dance festival Ülo Luht with the dance festival fire. Photo: Olev Mihkelmaa

Artistic director of the dance festival Ülo Luht with the dance festival fire. Photo: Olev Mihkelmaa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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