Veliko Tarnovo will host the celebrations of the Independence of Bulgaria, announced in the old capital 115 years ago.
“This is an extremely important holiday for Bulgaria and very significant for our city. With the rich program that we have prepared, we show the special attitude of the people of Veliko Tarnovo” said Neiko Genchev, Deputy Mayor of V. Tarnovo.
The program of the events Veliko Tarnovo
On September 21, at 4:30 p.m., a parade of participants in the 16th International Festival of Military Bands will begin in the town center. They will pass along “Vasil Levski” Street. At 5 p.m. the official opening of the forum will take place in front of the theater.
In three festival evenings, viewers in Veliko Tarnovo events program will be able to see a selected selection of short films. The films are comming from around the world. The genres will include feature, documentary, animation, and experimental cinema. This will be possible within the framework of the 3-day International Film Festival “Quarantine” 2023. It will be held on June 8, 9 and 10 in the Old Capital. The venue is the “Asenevtsi” monument, and the screenings will start at 9 p.m. An hour earlier, there will be live musical performances on site.
The brave heart of Medieval Bulgaria returns to Tsarevets fortress in Veliko Tarnovo.
This Veliko Tarnovo event is part of the eighth edition of the International Festival of Historical Reenactments “Medieval Tarnovgrad”. There will be recreations of The Tatar invasions and battles of the 60s and 70s of the XIII century, the vicissitudes in the life of the “people’s” king and his death.
Quality farm products at the National Assembly of Sheep Breeders from May 6 to 8 near the Petropavlovsk Monastery.
The eleventh edition of the festival, is expected to become the most visited in its history, in other words, don’t miss it. The main mission this time will be the promotion of native animal husbandry and Bulgarian food and drinks. You will be tempted by dairy and meat delicacies, organic products, aromatic pies and scones. And will be able to buy delicacies directly from producers. This year, the exhibitors will be mainly from Bulgaria, but there will also be their colleagues from the Balkan countries.
“Kikimora” and the orchestra of the Burgas Opera will play the biggest rock hits of the 20th century in Veliko Tarnovo. On July 18, 2019 in the Summer Theatre of Veliko Tarnovo the biggest rock hits of the twentieth century will come to life. Nikolo Kotsev with his band “Kikimora” and the Symphony Orchestra of the State Opera – Burgas will prove that rock is alive in their project “They Say Rock Is Dead”.