Autumn Music Variety is a festival that takes place in Dubrovnik for the fifth time. Festival includes several concerts by Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra. Concerts are taking place in different magnificent locations in Dubrovnik.
Šipan Summer Film School, for 16 years in a row is been held in small town called Šipanska Luka on beautiful island of Šipan near Dubrovnik. School offers film workshops for kids mentored by film professionals.
Dubrovnik Summer Festival was founded way back in 1950 when many theater and music events where established all over the Europe. Dubrovnik Summer Festival was started by artist and cultural workers from Dubrovnik and Croatia in attention to bring cultural events on Dubrovnik historical and natural ambient inspired by other similar festivals in Europe.
The Good Food Festival, a traditional treat for lovers of the excellent Croatian cuisine, will be held in Dubrovnik from October 18 to 21, 2018
The 5th International Late Summer Music Festival Dubrovnik will bring a series of outstanding classical music pieces to the atrium of Rector’s Palace from August 26 to September 22.
The 2018 Dubrovnik Summer Festival has ushered in another summer of arts – music, dance, theatre, poetry and movies – on one of the most spectacular stages of the Adriatic coast.
Midsummer Scene, the only English theatre festival in Southeast Europe, returns for its fifth edition from June 20 to July 4, 2018. Despite being a relatively new cultural offering in Dubrovnik, the festival has already established itself as a major event and serves as an important platform for international projects and collaborations.
The 2018 Aklapela Festival will be held in Dubrovnik from April 6 to 8. The festival will once again host some of the best Croatian klapas, a cappella groups, at two of Dubrovnik’s historic landmarks. Klapas are traditional groups dedicated to preserving the authentic regional klapa singing, without instrumental accompaniment and little to no help…
The Festivity of St. Blaise, Dubrovnik’s patron saint, is one of the city’s oldest and most valued traditions. Organized to celebrate Saint Blaise’s day (February 3) every year since 972, the event is a unique example of the city’s culture and history, and was listed as part of UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2009.
The Dubrovnik Film Festival (DUFF), the annual film festival for the children and youth of Mediterranean countries, runs from Thursday, October 15, to Sunday, October 18, in Dubrovnik. The festival welcomes filmmakers aged under 20 every year to encourage children and young people to be creative and to promote the art of film to the…