Crimean Open Air concert Crimean House Uniting Hearts will be held on Sunday, August 25, on the lawn in front of the National Museum of the History of Ukraine in Kyiv. It is dedicated to Independence Day of Ukraine.The information was reported on the official page of the event. This concert will be held on Independence Day for the second year in a row. This year, Jamala, Ukrainian singer of Crimean Tatar origin, became the headliner. Also, as part of the evening program on the big stage, at 6 pm, Oleksandr Pozhinsky will perform with his musical project Buv'ye, Crimean Tatar punk rock band Shatur Gudur, singer Elvira Sarykhalil, ethnic band Kurbasy, Musafir ensemble and many others. During the daytime program, which starts at 3 pm, pop singer E.K.A., PIANO band, ethno-singer Ivanna Chervinskaya and Oksana Rospop will perform. Meanwhile, master classes in traditional Crimean Tatar arts will take place, in particular with the participation of the ceramist Rustem Skibin and his studio. As well as master classes in making Crimean Tatar coffee and dishes of national cuisine. Among other things, there will be a human rights glade, during which the #SaveOlegSentsov action will take place and the premiere screening of the film ‘Kerch Prisoners’ about captured Ukrainian sailors will be held. And in the evening, guests will watch a bright 3D mapping show. “Over the past five years, Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars have finally come closer to each other and began to find a large amount of common ground in culture, traditions, and history. Our concert is a manifestation of the creative energy of the two peoples, it helps to unite the hearts of people across the country, destroying the artificial walls that the occupation is attempting to build,” said the program director of the Crimean House Alim Aliyev. Вход на событие - бесплатный.