EUROPE DAY
The EU faces many challenges, from responding to the war in Ukraine and the COVID-19 pandemic to preparing for a green and digital transition that will lay the foundations for the European society of the future. This will be the future in which young people will live. For young people the last two years have been a time of renunciation; they accepted them in solidarity thus making a significant contribution to bringing the EU out of the grip of a pandemic. The year 2022, the EUROPEAN YEAR OF YOUTH, is therefore dedicated to them as well as to their peers from Ukraine, who had to leave their homes because of the war.
This year we will celebrate in the borderless spirit and in the light of upcoming European Capital of Culture GO! 2025. Music performers of the younger generation from both sides will provide songs of various genres and unforgettable entertainment. See you!