21.30 Když draka bolí hlava (Minikino)
Barborka and Tomík spend their holiday with their grandma and grandpa under the Dragon Rock, where a little double-headed dragon Čmoudík works tirelessly too. One day when kids are getting ready to sleep in the cave with the little dragon, they discover an old map on the cave wall. Čmoudík, who has one head talking in Czech and the other in Slovak, begins to tell a captivating story about the birth of the Kingdom of the Dragon, big love of the princess Adélka and the prince Janek, ancient curse, evil leprechaun Blivajz, but also about a mystery of a Forget-Me-Not meadow, a lost dragon egg, and a couple of kangaroos. Do you wanna know when dragons dance hip-hop, how they celebrate Christmas in a dragon cave, what magical power a hundred-years unwashed dragon tooth has and why the dragon has a headache?
Directed: DušanRapoš, Written: Petr Šiška, DušanRapoš, Acting: Karel Gott, CharlottaGottová, Miroslav Šimůnek, KateřinaBrožová, Miroslav Noga, Kamila Magálová, Libor Bouček, JánKoleník
15.00–02.00 Yveta Martiníková – Držky (Café)
Exposition of paintings with a festive opening
22.00 Café concert of a band Potpourri under the candlelight and a with a surprise (Café)
The band Potpourri comprises of Matyáš Podešva, Adam Černošek, Martin Sýkorský and Michael Babušík.