Navy Day is celebrated on the last Sunday of July. The sailors of the Pacific Fleet are truly the pride of Vladivostok. The day is solemnly celebrated with parades of war ships in the waters of the Amur Bay, theatrical performances and colorful fireworks displays. On this day, veterans and Pacific Fleet sailors wear their military dress uniforms, and the citizens and guests of Vladivostok wear blue and white striped sailor shirts known as telnyashkas. The sounds of military marches fill the air from the Pacific Fleet Orchestra playing on Admiral Square. Navy Day is a favorite among Vladivostok residents, uniting several generations.
The Holi Festival is colorful summer festival that originated in Indian culture and has been beloved for several years by Vladivostok residents. Every year at the festival, thousands of people simultaneously sprinkle each other with bright, colorful powder while rhythmic music plays as a backdrop. It is impossible to stay clean at this event. Children, adolescents, and even adults take part in the fun. The colorful celebration is accompanied by performances by music groups, dance groups, flash mobs and contests. The festival ends with the launch of thousands of colorful balloons.
The Russian Summer Festival takes place on the Far Eastern Federal University.campus. A rich sports and cultural program is prepared for guests. The aquabike world championship takes place during the festival in the waters around Russky Island. In Ayaks Bay there is a