About 400 children from 11 Choirmasters` Schools participated in the mentioned festival (Ozurgeti, Tsalenjikha, Lentekhi, Sachkhere, Oni, Mestia, Poti, Batumi, Zestaponi, Kobuleti, Samtredia)
Target of the arrangement was popularizing traditional chants and songs and spreading them through the future generation. The children represented samples of the songs from the regions they lived.
The festival was divided into two parts: The first part was represented at Ozurgeti Folklore Centre where the children performed traditional chants and songs and the second part continued on the territory of Giorgi Salukvadze Home Museum , where the guests, both the children and grown-ups participated in different activities, joined the exhibition and got introduced with local traditions.Children from Ozurgeti Choirmasters` school hosted their peers from Oni, Lentekhi and Mestia, this was one of the targets of the festival-deepening relations, getting introduced with one another`s traditions and becoming friends.
The Choirmasters` schools were awarded with certificated of gratitude.