Arena Amphitheatre

At the base of every art, as well as of every business, is the passion – to what inspires you, what makes you happy, what you do from your heart and with power.

ARENA AMPHITHEATRE

Led by this passion in 2008 DINEVI Brothers constructed “ARENA” Amphitheatre. The modern facility has 800 seats for the lovers of Melpomene and is located only a few meters away from the shore. In his congratulatory letter to the entrepreneurs the then Minister of Culture Stefan Danailov wrote that “the attitude of the Maecenas and protection towards the talented people of Bulgaria is one of the most valuable capital investments in our society”.

Already 10 years the arena in Sveti Vlas has gathered one of the most popular names of the national artistic, musical and sport scene. In practice, it is the cultural calendar of the town and its surroundings and has become its emblem.

During the summer season, the cultural poster includes interesting thematic evenings, our guests are theatrical formations and musical bands. Here is conducted the traditional “Sveti Vlas” TV journalism competition, the Festival of Arts, the MMA tournaments, etc. Right here, the residents of the city and the foreign tourists watched the unique aikido training that the Legendary Hollywood actor Steven Seagal presented to the members of three regional clubs.

Other Public and Cultural Projects

BURGAS FREE UNIVERSITY

DINEVI GROUP are the main contractors of the building of the Burgas Free University. It is one of the largest public realizations for the Burgas region.

ALLEY OF NATIONS

The Alley is located at the yacht port in Sveti Vlast. It every day attracts the attention of hundredths of tourists, surprised by the fact that they can honor their national hero and to present flowers.

SAINT BLAISE ORTHODOX CHURCH

Continuing the donation traditions of the Bulgarian revival leaders, Dinevi brothers invest their own funds in the construction of the “Sant Blaise” Church, located over the ruins of the authentic monastery “Saint Blaise” dating back to the XIV century.

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