Concert, Film screening & Get-together Cultural Boom

UA Days in Luxembourg
© Photo 1: / Photo 2 © IZZI / Photo 3 © Deep Dive Culture

Prepare for the weekend in Ukrainian style! UA Days offers various activities for you, your family, and your friends to experience Ukrainian culture unforgettably!


  • Kids zone with interactive activities and workshops
    Expand your children’s cultural horizons and explore new traditions together! UA Days offers various activities for kids to have fun and discover new things. From 15:00 until the last small visitor.
  • Craft market
    Discover modern, high-quality Ukrainian goods including books, clothing, traditional embroideries, jewelry, food, and more, beloved by many Luxembourgers. From 15:00 till 20:00
  • Food truck
    Have you ever tried a honey cake? What about the famous Ukrainian varenyky? Enjoy the best of Ukrainian cuisine at the event! From 15:00 till 20:30
  • Different outdoor activities
    VR-zone, master classes on beads, making T‑shirts, drawing, face painting, real tattoos etc. From 15:00 till 20:30
  • Ukrainian short film broadcast
    Short films without dialogues or Ukrainian with English subtitles
    19:00 – 20:00
  • Luxembourgish and Ukrainian bands’ concert : ІZZІ and Deep Dive Culture
    20:30 – 23:00


IZZI, an Ukrainian band from Warsaw, plays Ukrainian pop-rock infused with powerful energy, spirituality, and the essence of nature. Their upcoming album Always Free” embodies the energy of the new Ukrainian youth – strong, unified, and full of love for their culture. The band is dedicated to celebrating Ukrainian heritage, with their motto Helping is izzi” reflecting their musical strength.


Luxembourgish Alternative Rock band Deep Dive culture’s lyrics centre around personal experiences and are based on true stories. The name derives from the comparison between the human mind and the ocean: both are nigh endlessly deep, and when you dive deep enough, you find things hiding from the light, like dark thoughts, and suffocated emotions.

Mary Jane


Dmytro Lisenbart, 14:00 | 2020

– Could a robot adopt a pet in the near future?
– Sure, why not.
– Could this pet be a human?
– Well, it could be possible in the future.
– Could they become friends?
– Probably yes.
–…And what would become of the robot afterwards?
– Listen, to hell with your questions!

Anna Dudko, 06:00 | 2020

A lonely chubby mermaid is keen on peeking at people through the water pipelines using magic. One day she falls in love with a man and, blinded by passion, comes into his apartment to satisfy her burning desires.

Stas Santimov, 06:03 | 2020

A man destroys the nest of an unknown creepy creature. But it’s not the most horrible creature he will meet tonight.

Sofiia Melnyk, 07:26 | 2022

«Mariupol. A Hundred Nights» tells us a story of a little girl who wakes up on February 24th because of the air raid alert and tries to find someone living in the burning city. The main character is based on the story of Alice, a 4‑year girl who stayed in the besieged Mariupol the whole time. She was also at Azovstal during the last month of defense. When russians allowed the evacuation of civilians from Azovstal, Alice was separated from her mother. A poem used in the film is «The wheels, the wheels, they hit the road» («Кolesa hlukho stukotiat») by Vasyl Stus, who was a Ukrainian poet and an active member of the dissident movement in the 60s and 70s. Stus was repressed and died in GULAG.

Iryna Harkavets, 01:34 | 2022

Experience from Russia’s war against Ukraine and its aftermath in the form of PTSD. An animated film about surviving horror and coming home. First use of neural network animation in a short film along with classic animation. 

Sashko Danylenko, Valeriy Lifirenko 02:22 | 2021

Cat and Bat are best friends. Every day they watch TV, get inspired by what they see and start fooling around. Every story involving them reveals the painful truth about human nature.

Andriy Naumenko 02:00 | 2019

This film is about what people are focusing on and what they sometimes miss.

Anna Dudko 05:06 | 2019

The story of what a child feels when she gets lost in a big city.

Iryna Harkavets 02:30 | 2020

This is a very personal story about how much everything is connected. About the relationship of children and parents, ecology education and responsibility for both relations with people and with nature.

Olha Havrylova 15:00 | 2020

The War That Changed Rondo” is an animated film based on the book of the same name, representing that the war has no heart and doesn’t understand any language, though it concerns everyone and leaves scars. But if you build a machine of light together and learn to sing despite it all, then even the most fragile creatures will be able to survive and win. This story is a chance for a thoughtful conversation with children (or even with oneself) about what is happening now in the country, or elsewhere in the world, in the format of the magic history, which always leaves room for hope and optimism.