Day of Russia is celebrated annually on a grand scale throughout the country. On this day, concerts, festive performances, theatrical performances and much more are held. As a rule, it is not difficult to find a program of events for this day.
Usually a couple of weeks before the June 12 celebrations, the official program of events becomes available in the media. In such newspapers and magazines as "Antenna", "Telesem" and "Komsomolskaya Pravda" all the events planned for this day are described in detail. Usually they are painted separately for each region for the convenience of readers. In addition, it is important that the media focus on the cost of attending certain events and on how the guests of the holiday will be able to get home if the fun drags on until late at night.
Details of the planned entertainment can be found on the Internet in various forums that are popular in your city. For example, in the capital, one of such portals can be considered Moskvaforum.com, where you, in addition to a list of entertainment and not only venues working on Russia Day in your city, can also get acquainted with the impressions of the visitors of last year's holiday. Some events (parades, exhibitions, etc.) tend to repeat themselves on June 12, so you can compare your perception of what you saw with what happened a year ago.
TV channels in your city will not be able to ignore such a celebration and will definitely tell you about the details of its celebration in local news. As a rule, information blocks telling about this appear on the 11th in the evening news feeds.
Recently, a phenomenon has become quite popular when the plan of events on June 12 is printed in advance in the form of a booklet for a large audience and distributed using mailboxes. The disadvantage of such distribution is that booklets, as a rule, do not cover absolutely all city events, but, on the contrary, specialize in informing about the holding of certain events only in the area (microdistrict) of residence of a potential visitor.