• Hip Hip Zine Fair

    26 - 27 September 2015
    Hip Hip Library & Bar organizes a fest for the collection of artistic independent editions and periodicals (or simply, zines) which will take place at Sofia University, hall The Egg, on 26 and 27 September between 15:00 and 21:00. There will be books from international publishers such as Centrala and MAMA Photobooks to collection of smartphone photos and children's illustrations in the forms of booklets and magazines. There will be also music - DJ sets from 1000 Names and Heartfelt Groove.
  • Architectural Festival Sofia 2015

    17 September 2015 - 5 October 2015
    The Architectural Festival Sofia 2015 will introduce us to architects, landshaft architects and urbanists, who will make us a part of many discussions, presentations, lectures and exhibitions, dedicated to the city and its environment.
  • European Heritage Days

    19 - 20 September 2015
    We know that it is hard to stand at one place during this awesome fall but you have at least one cultural reason to stay in town this weekend and it is European Heritage Days. They will be at 19 and 20 September and even though they sound a little bit formally, their aim is just in the opposite direction - to open the doors of important places and locations that are not so accessible.
  • Ratha Yatra

    18 September 2015
    This is a traditional Indian celebration that says "yes" to love and it will be held in Sofia these days.
  • DA Fest

    15 - 19 September 2015
    DA Fest is an international festival, organised by the National Academy of Art in Sofia, presenting new trends and important achievements in the fields of digital arts to the Bulgarian audience – digital video, interactive performance and installation, net art, sound art, robotics and generative systems, and other interdisciplinary forms.
  • Fotofabrika Festival

    9 September 2015 - 29 October 2015
    The festival Fotofabrika begins on 9 September and its main focus will be on the people we choose not to see - 5 exhibitions, 3 lectures and a forum will make us pay more attention to the marginal man. You can check out the program below.
  • Night of Plovdiv

    11 - 12 September 2015
    Night descends for the eleventh time over Plovdiv. The event remains illuminated until late the lamps in museums and galleries and comes with a list of 100 points for dance, performance, theater, parties and exhibitions, divided into five modules.
  • Apolonia 2015

    28 August 2015 - 5 September 2015
  • One Architecture Week

    18 - 27 September 2015
    ONE ARCHITECTURE WEEK is an annual international festival for architecture, which will have its next edition in September 18th-27th 2015 in Plovdiv. Launched in 2008 as a two-day conference under the name SOFIA ARCHITECTURE WEEK, the event expanded into a more than a week-long meeting and idea exchange platform for architecture, interior design, landscape and urban environment. Through stimulating a broad professional and public debate the festival aims at initiating sustainable social and architectural practices. The diverse and intense program features presentations, exhibitions, discussions, workshops, screenings and urban interventions as well as architectural workshops for the youngest.
  • Water Tower Art Fest

    20 - 28 June 2015
    It starts on 20 June and will continue for 8 days. The festival for contemporary art this time is under the motto Cities In Need of Love and has a miner's casket on its pink poster - the events will take place in Sofia and Bulgaria's mining town, Pernik.
  • Sofia Pride Art Week

    22 - 26 June 2015
    Sofia Pride is on 27 June but the rainbow flags will be at full swing all week. Besides watching a selection of the best movies dealing with LGBT themes in the recent years at Sofia Pride Film Fest, there will be also 4 exhibitions that will gain your undivided attention.
  • Zona Cultura Fest

    6 - 16 June 2015
  • Month of Photography

    1 June 2015 - 10 July 2015
    It has been imprinted into our minds: June is the month of photography. The festival, organized by the Photo Academy, comes with over 50 events in 10 cities and 30+ artists. We won't be able to visit every exhibition, but one thing is certain - our thirst for visual at will be sated.
  • DOMA Art Fest

    28 May 2015 - 20 June 2015
    Simplicity, minimalism and diversity. These are the three words that we always see when we read about Nordic art. But why limit ourselves to a few syllables when we can live and see it? The Nordic countries arrive in Sofia and stay here for a whole month - the host is DOMA Art Fest.
  • Museum Night 2015

    16 - 17 May 2015
    One night at the museum. Actually not one museum, but more like 51. We are talking about the upcoming Museum Night, which will offer lots of exhibitions, live concerts and interesting workshops. Here is our preliminary route.
  • One Design Week

    19 - 28 June 2015
    One Design Week is an international festival for design and visual culture. It takes place every June. It features a professional forum with prominent speakers from all over the world, as well as an extensive program of open events aimed at the broader audience - exhibitions, workshops, discussions, talks, screenings, parties, book openings, events for children, etc.
  • XX Salon of Arts

    11 May 2015 - 28 June 2015
    They call it Salon of Arts but practically it takes over the whole National Palace of Culture for a month and a half - from 11 May to 28 June more than 80 events will take place there.
  • International Festival of Ethnographic Film

    11 - 16 May 2015
    Sofia will house the 5th edition of the International Festival of Ethnography Movies, which will present different worldviews of cultures all over the world.
  • Paper Art Fest

    7 May 2015 - 6 June 2015
    Paper will be the most valued material at Sofia galleries at least for a month - the 5th edition of the Paper Art Fest starts on 7 May and will continue to 6 June. Its program is huge, that's why we highlight these 4 exhibitions.
  • Sofia Underground 2015

    25 - 26 April 2015
    Sofia Underground Performance Art Festival this year will be back, as originally conceived in the underground of the National Palace of Culture. Its topic is Machines and it deals with exploring the hypothetical area of crash or void between the techne and the psyche in the context of contemporary society.