180 degrees is one of the most innovative events for contemporary art happening in Bulgaria. 180 degrees is not merely a festival, but a platform/laboratory for contemporary classical music, dance, theatre and design.
Our Festival (in Finnish: Meidän Festivaali) is renowned for its fresh approach to the arts and its crossover events. Bold, open-minded and socially aware it was first held in 1997 as Chamber Music by Lake Tuusula and is now an annual event.
Vola Open Air music festival offers Bulgarian and international artists working in the field of alternative, new and non-commercial art an opportunity to perform. The festival brings together young people from across the country and connects them with their natural environment.
Ördögkatlan Fesztivál – “Dragon’s Cauldron” – is a multicultural event in 4 small villages in the Villany wine region. The annual pan-art festival takes place in almost 45 locations over 5 days in August.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the world's greatest platform for freedom of expression and the largest arts festival in the world. It takes place every August for three weeks in Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city.
At the 4th International Documentary Festival of Ierapetra, screens, in a competition, the best new documentaries, from the Greece and whole of the world, in Ierapetra, the southernmost town in Europe, the Crossroads of cultures and continents.