Veliko Tarnovo will once again host the International Folklore Festival. On July, the 22nd edition of the Festival will officially begin. This year, the festival will be attended by nine countries. The spectators in the Summer Theater of the old capital will once again be overwhelmed by hot rhythms and exotic dances from foreign countries.
Over 700 books from different genres and for all ages are collected in a new cultural space that opens its doors in Veliko Tarnovo on 28.06.2019. Whether it is for a cup of fragrant coffee, hot tea or a refreshing cocktail, everyone is welcome in Page 394. The idea is to turn your back on the hectic everyday life for a minute and to dive into the pages of a beloved book.
From 28 June to 30 June, the residents and guests of Veliko Tarnovo will have the opportunity to enjoy a rich and diverse program within an attractive Fusion festival. Fusion Fest is held for the first time in Veliko Tarnovo, with the support of the Art and Culture Program of the Municipality of Veliko Tarnovo. Fusion music is an innovative art combining different traditional and contemporary cultures and genres but is still poorly recognized. World-Fusion is an art that combines the music of different cultures and from this point of view is particularly attractive to the mass audience. The significance of Fusion Fest at local, national and international level is that it will mix Bulgarian folklore with musical rhythms of other cultures.
The tenth-anniversary edition of the Arbanassi Summer Music Festival of Classical Chamber Music will take place from July 21 to 28, 2019 near Veliko Tarnovo. The festival week includes four concerts in the churches-museums “St. Georgi “(21 and 28 July) and” St. Archangels Michael and Gabriel “(23 and 25 July) in Arbanassi. The concerts will start at 19.30.
The Tsarevets fortress in Veliko Tarnovo will become a natural decor for the 5th International Festival “Medieval Tarnovgrad”. From 28th to 30th June, the arts, crafts, military skills of Bulgaria, Byzantium and Europe of the XII-XIV century will come to life on the historic hill. Over 140 participants from Bulgaria, Italy, Romania, Serbia and Ukraine will take part in the spectacular re-enactments.