Concert, Film screening & Get-together UA Days Festival Closing Celebration

© photo 1: Rome / photo 2: Xarms

The Closing Ceremony marks the official end of the Ukrainian Days in Luxembourg. Let’s look back and celebrate together! Everyone is invited to join in and enjoy the last stunning event. We’re already looking forward to the 2024 edition of the UA Days in Luxembourg!

The programme includes: 

  • 18:30 – 19:30: Short films in different genres (either without dialogues or in Ukrainian with English subtitles)
  • 19:45 – 20:45: Performance by Xarms
  • 21:00 – 22:30: Performance by Rome
  • Posters exhibition of Ukrainian graphic art 
  • Delicious street food
  • Interactive activities
  • Exclusive merch

About the bands

Xarms is a trio of producers formed in Kyiv (Ukraine) in 2022 during the war. Their sound combines heavy drops with roaring basses, slightly ringing industrial drums, calming vocals, dark vibes, and unique dance grooves that define the main features of electronic music. The group will be attending the festival to showcase their modern, world-class musical product that was produced in Ukraine and presents a modern rock sound.

Rome, a neofolk group, was founded in November 2005 and is considered a major player within the neofolk genre. Their sound combines military drumming, horns, atmospheric electronic textures, ethereal acoustic guitars, and poetic lyrics that often focus on war-related themes, love, pain, and death. The band are also known for their unwavering support for Ukraine, having provided essential supplies to Ukrainian cities and streamed live performances on YouTube with PayPal links to increase donations. Recently, they performed a live show in Kyiv that was also streamed on YouTube, raising funds for homeless shelters, dog shelters, and supplies for civilians in Bakhmut. One of the band members has even completed nine missions, bringing much-needed supplies and assisting refugees from the war-torn country.

ROME Panzerschokolade” (official video)

The two bands will perform on the same stage, symbolising unity and solidarity, and showcasing the common European future of the culture of both countries.