Events in Sofia
Sofia hosts many events and festivals through the whole year, which you can attend for free.
14th February - Valentines Day
Valentine's Day is celebrated on February 14 in some countries as Love Day. On this date, the couple express their love for each other by sending greetings cards, candy hearts.
Easter Festival - April
Usually this is April, but the date is confirmed every year. Easter is the day when Christians celebrate the Resurrection of the Son of God Jesus Christ. The Christian religion of the Resurrection celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is on the third day after Christ is crucified and buried. The empty tomb was seen by female peacekeepers visiting the grave.
Night of the Museums - May
Night of Museums is a cultural event in which museums and cultural institutions in an area cooperate to remain open late into the night to introduce themselves to new potential patrons. Visitors are given a common entrance pass which grants them access to all exhibits as well as complimentary public transportation within the area.
A to JazZ Festival – July
The International A to JazZ Festival is one of the symbols of music Sofia, spreading the jazz spirit in the city and transforming it into a capital of improvised music for three days. Established in 2011 by a team, young and inspired by music, and with the exclusive support of America for Bulgaria Foundation, the festival traditionally marks the beginning of summer, presenting the best of worldwide jazz music in open air.
Sofia Breathе – August
Sofia Breathe is a multi-genre festival held in Sofia. It includes events in the fields of music, dance, fine and applied arts, cinema, theater, architecture, design, social and educational initiatives and ecology. Starts in 2010; it is initially held in August and subsequently during other periods of the year.
Day of Sofia – 17-th September
September 17th, when the church honors the memory of the holy martyrs Sofia, Faith, Hope and Love, celebrates Sofia Day. The day was declared a city holiday by a decision of the Sofia City Council of March 25, 1992. Honoring the martyrs Faith, Hope and Love and their mother Sofia is also a tribute to the virtues that hold us together - faith, hope, love and wisdom.