Musicians' Park has been operating in the adjacent territory of the Black Sea Arena since 2016 with the support of the “Cartu Foundation”. There are perennial plants of a unique variety, beautiful paths, rest areas and three open stages on 7 hectares of planted park. There is a square in the park area with monuments of both Georgian and foreign musicians - and the music performed by these artists is constantly heard in the adjacent territory of the monuments.
In the summer of 2020, the Musicians’ Park will offer various cognitive and entertainment projects to holidaymakers that will make the experience of spending time in the park even more memorable. Open-air film screenings will be held periodically in the park area and a space will be arranged for crafting. Adventure games will be organized and caricature artists will entertain children, which will help us to create a unified eco-friendly space.
In addition to the sculptures of musicians, wood sculptures and benches located in the park create the special external appearance of the area. The sculptures are made of wood logs, which are stored after natural damage and processed in a special manner. Thanks to the sculptors, the damaged wood material turns into a work of art and returns to the park environment again. In order to encourage this field of art, woodcarving festival will be held annually in the musicians’ park, where every wisher can participate.
There is a multifunctional fountain near the park, which comprises 1,300 sq.m. area complex, consisting of 9 pools. The fountain is equipped with a laser and a special projector, through which any kind of video and photo materials can be shown on the water curtain. The fountain was designed by GHESA Water & Art, which was founded in 1963 and is one of the leading companies of the field in Europe today. As for the technical support of the fountain, it was carried out by German LPS Lasersysteme.
The visitors of the park will have the opportunity to visit Koi Water Garden, which comprises of several small 2-level pools. Koi is Japanese decorative fish, which is considered to be a symbol of good luck and prosperity. It is noteworthy that, unlike other fish species, Koi is very fond of eating from the palm of one’s hand, which will be especially great fun for little visitors to the park. This will allow us to take care for the breeding and common well-being of the fish in our garden.
An old kind fisherman lives in our park, who catches fish and breeds them in park area, in order that little visitors to the park can play with them. The door of his wooden hut is always open for children – beyond the doorstep, the magical world of the fisherman and interesting tasks await you.