The “Hotalich” rock fest will rock Sevlievo again this year
For the sixth time, the “Hotalich” rock festival, organized by the Municipality of Sevlievo. Gathers loyal fans of quality Bulgarian rock music on September 1 and 2 in the medieval fortress. Thanks to its loyal partner “Ideal Standard – Vidima”.
Already in 2017, they recognized the event as an opportunity to promote Sevlievo. And as a promising destination for rock lovers. Thus, the “Hotalich” rock fest established itself as a significant and anticipated event in the country’s musical calendar. Anotyher interesting event in program of the festivals Veliko Tarnovo.
The international folklore festival Veliko Tarnovo will celebrate its 25th consecutive edition in a spectacular way.
The international folklore festival Veliko Tarnovo starts on July 23 up to July 29 at the Summer Theater in the old capital. Concerts starting at 8 p.m. and admission free. Groups from Costa Rica, Egypt, China, India, Georgia, Colombia, Morocco, Hawaii, Mexico and Bulgaria will take part in the program. The slogan of this year’s edition is “Friends will be friends”, announced Stiliyana Yorgova, director of the International Folklore Festival. “Stories like this will remain in time and look for their continuation, not only because the Festival, as we all call it, is a celebration and established tradition for generations already. This is a magic that must be experience”, says Yorgova.
Bulgaria is a country that is steeped in history and culture, and its national holidays are a testament to this. These holidays are more than just days off work; they reflect the unique identity and spirit of the country. From the colorful and vibrant celebrations of Baba Marta Day to the solemn and reflective commemoration of Bulgarian Independence Day. Each holiday has its own distinct traditions and customs. The cultural significance of these holidays is evident in the way they are celebrated across the country. Locals and tourists alike coming together to partake in the festivities. This article will explore how Bulgarian national holidays reflect the country’s rich history and diverse cultural heritage. How they continue to play an important role in shaping the national identity and spirit of Bulgaria. So buckle up and get ready to delve into the fascinating world of Bulgarian national holidays!
More than 200 exhibitors will arrive for the 8th edition of the National Festival of Sheep Breeders near Veliko Tarnovo. Traditionally, it is held near the Petropavlovski Monastery and this year it will be from 10 to 12 May. The motto of the festival is “Bulgarian foods from Bulgarian raw materials”. The fair will unfold on a terrain of 140 acres with two scenes, over 5 500 sq. m. exhibition halls, a tent of 1 300 sq.m. for the presentation of different types of sheep and goats, a field for horse racing, exhibition areas, and more.
A lot of cultural events Veliko Tarnovo to take place this summer.
Once again Veliko Tarnovo will be transformed into Verona in the Balkans this summer, when the Tsarevets fortress will again be the arena of open-air opera productions. Eight will be the titles in the Third Season of the Bulgarian Opera Theaters “Stage of the Ages”. The big summer festival, winner of the prestigious label “Europe at the festivals. Festivals for Europe “for 2017 and 2018, will start on July 14th and will continue until September 5th.