Magnificent parade of the participants in the fourth edition of the World Championship of Folklore „World folk 2014” took place in Obzor on 28 August. The parade started with short performances on the central square and continued on the main street of the Black Sea town.The citizens and the guests of Obzor had the opportunity to see ensembles from Bulgaria, Indonesia, Russia, Iran, Armenia, Turkey and more countries. The parade was leaded by the representatives of the country-host – the mummers from “Zlatnite mechki” (“The Golden bears”), Chelopech.Right after the parade, the participants had performances in the amphitheater of the town. The international jury with its chairman professor Nikolay Kravtsov, Dean of the Faculty of Folk instruments at the State University of Culture and Art in St. Petersburg, granted golden medals and nominations or Golden “Orpheus” to the soloists from the folklore group “Margarither – Hifolk” – Yerevan, Armenia; Childrens Dance ensemble „Dank“- Moscow, Russia; “Goruda Muda” Orchestra and the folklore ensemble “Gantari Gita Khatulistiwa” from Jakarta, Indonesia; the vocal-instrumental group “Naghmeh” from Esvahan, Iran. With them, the number of nominations of the Championship became eight. The nomination provides to the groups participation in the re jury, which will the winners of bronze, silver and golden "Orpheus". The winner will also receive the title „Absolute World Champion of Folklore for 2014“ and check for 1000 Euro. The World Championship of Folklore „World folk 2014” from 21 to 31 August in different towns in Burgas region. The next concert is on 29 August in „Arena“ Amphitheater in Saint Vlas at 16.30, where will perform Bulgarian and foreign ensembles from all folklore musical genres. Organizers of the Championship are WAFF, EAFF and the World Folklore Academy. The concerts from the program of the World Championship of Folklore “World folk 2014” will be broadcasted live by Eurofolk TV at: tv.eurofolk.com. Review film about the Championship will be broadcasted by BNT 2 on 22 September.