• Todor Kolev Live Tribute

    25 August 2017

  • Leeroy Thornhill

    24 August 2017

    They call him one of the greatest rave dancers of all time and he used to be part of The Prodigy. Now he travels the world with his DJ sets full of electronic beats, old-school samples, hip-hop and 90s rock. Find out how these all sound together on August 24 at Maimunarnika after 8p.m. Tickets are 10BGN from eventim.bg.
  • Skeptics in the pub

    22 August 2017

    Do you think about how you think? Not so often, but at 20:00 in Gramophone the microphone is given to the neurologist Greg Dunn and his project Self-Reflected, in which "the delicate choreography of the neurons" comes out on a big stage, and a special etching technology brings out the most secret creases in our brain. Scary, isn't it?
  • Café Society

    23 August 2017

  • FSS Takeover Sunday Session

    20 August 2017

    A relaxing drum'n'bass party with the Future Sounds of Sofia and Osnova collectives comes after 18:00 on 20 August - at bar Petak, with free entry.
  • Block Cinema

    21 August 2017

    The travelling screen is coming to 3 Mladost District on August 21 when after 8:45p.m. we'll be watching the short movie I don't want to grow up by Philip Andreev, right before we dive into the story of Elena, Koko, Paco and Gosho in Ivaylo Hristov's Losers. Entrance is, as always, free.
  • Pool House Party

    19 August 2017

    Another pool house party in Simeonovo is on the way - on 19 August between 22:00 and 06:00. Tickets are 10BGN (sold on the spot) and behind the decks will be Timmie Kenthel and Metropolis' DJ Steven.
  • Sangria Night

    18 August 2017

    Sangria in the glass, ice cream in he mouth, passion in the ears and paella with tapas in the dish. Sounds nice, doesn't it? In betahaus (56-58 Krum Popov str.) after 18:30 pm. 
  • The Smugglers Collective

    17 August 2017

    Electro swing from the future - that's what happens when the vintage rhythms that have ruled the dancefloors at the beginning of the previous century, enter Pavel and Dimitar's decks. Join us on August 17 at Friday at 10:30 for another crazy night in the city.
  • Block Cinema

    16 August 2017

    Things are simple: if you don't go to the theatre to see what's up with the new Bulgarian movies, they'll come to you and the next "theatre" on their way is Drujba Park on August 16 at 8:45p.m. with Dimitar Kotsev-Shosho's Monkey, Be on time to see the short story Clothes with English subtitles.
  • Pub Quiz

    15 August 2017

    They are regulars at Bar Dak: you gather a team and together you're entering a brain championship a la Who Wants to Be a Millionaire but with an alternative prize - alchohol. If you're thinking "great", the next quiz is on August 15 at 8p.m. when entrance is free, as long as you've registered in advance by calling 0878 788 625. There's no theme for this one, but next time (August 20) a Game of Thrones is coming - prepare.
  • August Burns Red

    14 August 2017

    Look at their name and tell us if they're coming on time or what? Their first concert here (thanks, Wrong Fest) comes 14 years after their formation in 2003 when most of the members are still in high school. We'll see how they've grown and hear everything they got so far on August 14 at Mixtape 5 from 8p.m. Tickets are 30BGN from ticketlogic.bg.
  • Boom! The Streets

    13 August 2017

    The burger place at 12 Tsar Osvoboditel Blvd. is turning into an art gallery - on August 13 after 6p.m.. On display are a bunch of talented Instagram-ers: @_e_l_l_y_, @protogerov, @soregashi, @deyanmaya and @legend666, whom we'll be enjoying over a burger, cocktail and Raw Land's DJ selection.
  • Green Library

    12 August 2017

    The books from Sofia City Library are touring the urban gardens from the beginning of August but we were at the sea, so we're catching them at their second stop: South Park. Share a bench with us for a relaxing reading under the sun between 10:00 and 15:00 and a meeting with poets Christine Dimitrova and Ivan Landjev. Or plan ahead: Zaimov Park on August 19, and Sveta Troitsa and West Park on August 26.
  • Hip Hip Puk!

    11 August 2017

    Hip Hip Library has turned a new page in its history, deleting "bar" from its name and moving to 30 Serdika Str. and now it's clearing up some room on its shelves for a temporary visitor: PUK - photobook platform. Stop by the address some day until the 22nd of August to go through selected issues from the platform's archive - like the American Aperture, the Dutch Foam and the Japanese IMA.
  • Natura Viva

    10 August 2017

    Everyone to complete and support each other - our prayer for humanity is a reality in the nature and has been inspiring artists since the beginning of times. 13 of them (from Vladimir Dimitrov-Maystora to Voin De Voin), selected by Vessela Nozarova, are coming to Credo Bonum Gallery on August 10 at 6:30p.m. when we'll be joining them to see the diverse interpretations of "god's gardens".
  • Mind Crimes

    9 August 2017

    "Is not commiting a crime a good enough fact that would keep us out of jail?" - that is the question that a biologist, an ethics professor and the hosts from Ratio and challengingthelaw.com will be discussing on August 9 at Gramophone (8p.m.) along with "Are machines going to be able to read our ciminal thoughts before they've turned into actions and will they be used against us in the court of law?"
  • Block Cinema

    8 August 2017

    The travelling screens are coming to Geo Milev Park on August 8 at 8:45p.m. with an answer to the question "What was Angela Nedyalkova like before T2 Trainspotting?" or for short - Ave. Ticket is (always) free and includes a feature short bonus, which on this address is Before I go to sleep.
  • Lunar eclipse

    7 August 2017

    On August 7 the Earth's shaddow is covering the Moon, but only party. It's OK - it's not something we see every day, so don't forget to look up to the night sky on Monday after 8p.m. If you don't have a telescope, Astronomical Association Sofia is bringing theirs in front of the National Palace of Culture and they promise they'll share them with every curious eye.
  • Cinema for Tourists

    6 August 2017

    Another day, another chance for a trip around the world with a simple walk to the cinema. Cinema for Tourists Festival is bringing four documentaries to G-8 Cinema and Euro Cinema on August 6 and we couldn't choose just one for you, so we suggest you try that yourself here.