About Events – Art and Music in Rike Park

Rike Park (Georgian: რიყის პარკი), on the left bank of the Mtkvari River in Tbilisi, was the venue for a recent Spring art competition. Visitors were able to enjoy a fabulous display of art.

Art Exhibition in Rike Park

Art Competition in Rike Park

Rike Park contains the new concert hall/exhibition center designed by Massimiliano Fuksas.

Art Exhibition in Rike Park

Art Competition in Rike Park

Art Exhibition in Rike Park

Art Competition in Rike Park

Art Exhibition in Rike Park

Art Competition in Rike Park

Rike Park also contains the Bridge of Peace, seen in the background of the next picture.

Art Competition in Rike Park

Art Competition in Rike Park

In addition to the art competition, visitors enjoyed a music concert by Georgian musicians.

Concert in Rike Park

Concert in Rike Park

Concert in Rike Park

Concert in Rike Park

With sculptures, a large white grand piano, playground equipment, water features, a large chess board and colorful, landscaped gardens, the park has become an attraction for both tourists and Tbilisi residents, as well as a popular venue for outdoor exhibitions and concerts.

Concert in Rike Park

Concert in Rike Park

Photos courtesy of Tbilisi City Hall.

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