Slovenia.

SLOVENIA

Board of FECC Slovenia.

President FECC Slovenia.

Andrej Klasinc

Honorary Senator.

Stefan Celan.

FECC CARNIVALS SUMMER 2019 AND WINTER 2020 IN SLOVENIA

1. SUMMER 2019:

1.1. ROMAN GAMES, Ptuj, Slovenia: 15.-18. August 2019

https://www.rtvslo.si/news-in-english/photo-when-ptuj-becomes-poetovio-gladiators-legionaries-and-vestal-virgins-return/463831

2.WINTER 2020:

2.1. 60. International Carnival Festival Kurentovanje, Ptuj,

Slovenia, 15.-25. February 2020

Main events:

  • February 15: Ethnographic procession
  • February 23: Carnival parade

2.2. International Carnival PUST ŠOŠTANJSKI, Šoštanj, Slovenia,

  • February 22

2.3. Pust Mozirski, Mozirje, Slovenia, 25. February 2020

2.4. FAŠJENK DOBOVA, Dobova, Slovenia, 29. February 2020 

Koši šoštanjski

Kurentovanje, Ptuj, Slovenija

Dear FECC friends,
The oldest Slovenian town of Ptuj, which celebrates 1950 year’s from the first written historical mention, is the home of the famous ethnographic character Kurent, who has been registered since 12/2017 in the UNESCO representative list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity, and the International FECC Carnival Kurentovanje, which celebrates next year the 60th anniversary years of the organized events of public interest. 
We are looking forward to the planned organization of the jubilee 40th FECC Convention 2020 in this framework, in accordance with the mission of Kurent, which with its ritual discharges everything badly and brings happiness and satisfaction. 
Welcome to the FECC meeting again in Ptuj, Slovenia, EU.

Branko Brumen
President of Kurentovanje and
FECC Secretary General

Kurentovanje 2019 – with the mayor and the Prince of Carnival, FECC flag at the Town Hall of Ptuj

FECC Kurentovanje 2019, with the President of the Republic of Slovenia Mr. Borut Pahor

Kurentsin the autochthonous environment

Kurents in the old city center of Ptuj on Kurentovanje 2019 

Ptuj Romans with FECC friends from Italy on Kurentovanje 2019

With friends at the Poetovio Roman Games in GH Primus