The 13-th edition of the Tattoo Fest Sofia will take place on October 4-5 in the 4km Party Center.
Swedish director Roy Andersson's comedy A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence won the Golden Lion award for best film at the Venice Film Festival.
The 10-th edition of the Night Of The Museums and Galleries will take place in Plovdiv, on September 12-13.
The city of Plovdiv will be Bulgaria's choice to become European Capital of Culture 2019.
The National Cinema Council has picked Bulgarian Rhapsody as the Bulgarian movie to participate in the race for 2014's Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Four Bulgarian cities, Veliko Tarnovo, Plovdiv, Sofia, and Varna, take part in the final selection stage of the contest European Capital of Culture 2019.
The 30-th anniversary edition of the Apollonia Art Festival will take place in Bulgaria's seaside town of Sozopol between August 28 and September 6.
Caretaker Culture Minister Martin Ivanov said on Sunday that Bulgaria's authorities abdicated culture decades ago.
A variety of outdoor musical and children's events will take place in Bulgaria's capital city of Sofia in the last days of August.
The Bulgarian Orthodox Church celebrates Monday, August 18, the assumption of Saint Ivan Rilski, honored as the patron of the Bulgarian people.
An open air photo exhibition of Sofia's old public baths will be set up in front of the National Theatre “Ivan Vazov”, starting August 28.
The 17-th edition of the popular International Jazz Festival starts in Bulgaria's mountain resort town Bansko on Friday.
Sofia's Dada Cultural Bar launches a hop-on hop-off bus offering information on cultural events in Sofia, documentaries and historical information on the city.
British gothic metal band Paradise Lost will perform an exclusive show with a symphonic orchestra in the Roman theater in Bulgaria's city of Plovdiv on September 20.
Early ticket sales for the Barbican production of “Hamlet” starring Britain's hottest actor Benedict Cumberbatch started on August 1, amid high interest, report British media.
On Sunday, August 3, and on the following Sundays until the end of the month, different streets in downtown Sofia will be closed for vehicles under the 'Sofia Breathes' project.
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