Tbilisi’s riverside Europe Square will host a New Year’s Eve concert featuring dozens of performers celebrating the onset of 2023 with their audience in the open-air location, the City Hall announced on Saturday.
DJ Anna Sue will be first in the line-up of the programme starting at 11pm, followed by vocal performers and ensembles all set to take to the stage in the principal New Year’s Eve show of the capital.
Tbilisi Opera and Ballet State Theatre Orchestra will offer their renditions of musical scores to visitors, with conductor Nikoloz Rachveli, jazz pianist Beka Gochiashvili, mezzo soprano Nino Surguladze and violinist Giorgi Tsagareli among those set to take to the stage.
Singer Nato Metonidze, Ensemble Rustavi and other performers will also welcome residents and visitors of the city for the end-of-year concert that will run to 2am.
Tbilisi City Hall said on Friday the city’s municipal transport - including buses, metro and Rika Park cable car - would serve passengers free of charge during extended hours of the New Year’s Eve celebrations.