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events in Georgia

Exellent events and actions especially for You!

Great interest among the  guests of Georgia cause various events, activities and events that have become a form of tourism business now in addition to traditional tours, excursions, attractions and hotels.

Almost continuously  hosts concerts, exhibitions, festivals and a party in Georgia, which will be interesting to visitors.

On this page we publish the most interesting that is planned in the country.

In addition, the organizers can publish their events and invite guests to them.

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Date of event May 2019June 2019July 2019August 2019September 2019October 2019November 2019December 2019January 2020February 2020March 2020April 2020
  
Category of event PremierSportTheatreFolkSelebrityMusikFestRole gamesMilitaryVolonteersArheologicalHistoricalcookeryWine degustationPartyCompetitionExhibitionSaleMusic
  
Region of event TbilisiAjaraImeretiKhakhetiSamegreloShida-KhartliOtherQazbegiSvanetyTushetiRacha-LechkhumiSamtskhe-JavakhetiGuriaMtskheta-MtianetiQvemo-QartliKhevsureti
  
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Upcoming events

from 26 USD

16june 2019

Concert The Black Eyed Peas

The Black Eyed Peas will give a concert on the Black Sea coast of Georgia as part of the government's Check in Georgia project.

The world-famous American hip-hop group The Black Eyed Peas will give a concert in Georgia for the first time - it is her performance that will open the regular summer season of the Black Sea Arena concert hall in the Black Sea resort village of Shekvetili on June 16 (Guria region).

The concert will be held as part of the government's Check in Georgia project, aimed at promoting Georgia at the international level.

Black Eyed Peas band will be visiting Georgia as part of a tour in support of their latest album, Masters of the Sun Vol. one.

Ticket sales on sites tkt.ge and eventer.ge

In December 2018, the National Tourism Administration conducted a survey on the Internet about which world-class performer Georgian residents and tourists would like to see on the Black Sea Arena stage. Stars like Mariah Carey, Will Smith, Sade, Kylie Minogue, Sting, Depeche Mode, Moby, Earth, Wind and Fire, Lionel Richie, The Black Eyed Peas, The Prodigy, 50 Cent and Jessie J. were proposed for voting.

In different years, such legendary artists as Elton John, Cristina Aguilera, Scorpions, Aerosmith, Ennio Morricone, Goran Bregovic and many others performed on the Black Sea Arena stage.

Members of the band born in Los Angeles in 1995 The Black Eyed Peas (translated from English - "black-eyed beans") are rappers will.i.am, apl.de.ap and Taboo. Initially, the group worked in the alternative hip-hop genre, and later their sound changed to pop and dance pop. Over its history, Black Eyed Peas sold about 76 million records (35 million albums and 41 million singles), which makes them one of the best-selling bands of all time.

from 47 USD

21june 2019

Anniversary Festival Tbilisi Open Air

Tbilisi Open Air 2019 announced its lineup - the festival will be headed by British bands Franz Ferdinand, Unkle and The Subways, American duet Rhye, Canadian singer Michelle Gurevich, German-Italian DJ David August and Russian Andrey Pushkarev.

This year, the Tbilisi Open Air international open-air music festival will be held from June 21-23. In 2019, the festival celebrates its tenth jubilee season.

According to the tradition, three days of music, four scenes (Main Stage, Eyes Stage, Garden Stage, Singer Stage / Day, Singer Stage / Night) and more than 60 musicians from different countries are waiting for guests and residents of Tbilisi on the territory of Lisi Wonderland (near Lisi Lake). reads the message on the event page on the social network Facebook.

Foreign participants include the Scottish rock band Mogwai, the British DJ Edit Select, the Spanish project 1200 Mics by Riktam, the Dutch team GMS, the German DJ Maayan Nidam, the Dutchman Matthew Dekay, the American hip-hop artist Mozzy, the Armenian alternative rock band Nemra, London duet Psymmetrix and many others.

In the festival lineup among Georgian musical groups and performers this year at Tbilisi Open Air are declared: MokuMoku, LoudSPeakers, "Mtsvane oahi", "Ara", Salio, quintet Dini Virspladze, DJs Boyd Shidt, Gio Shengelia, Bacho, Tomma and others.

At the initial stage, namely from March 19 to April 7, season tickets for three days of the festival will be on sale - in limited quantities (a total of 1500 cards). Their cost will be 125 GEL (about $ 47). After April 7, the cost of a three-day subscription will increase and will amount to 180 GEL (about $ 68). Day tickets to the festival will go on sale from April 8th.

"Entrance to the Tbilisi Open Air for children under the age of 10 is free, but only with them must be an adult adult," the event organizers said.

For the first time the Tbilisi Open Air festival was held in the capital of Georgia in 2009. This is the largest open-air music festival in the region. Over the years, such famous performers as the Leningrad group, Zemfira, as well as British bands and performers from Placebo, Morcheeba and Tom Odell became guests of the event.

from 20 USD

08september 2019

Цинандали

Classical Music Tsinandali Festival

One of the largest festivals in the entire musical history of Georgia - the Tsinandali Festival of Classical Music will be held for the first time in Kakheti from September 8 to September 22.

Within 15 days in the small Kakhetian village of Tsinandali, which is famous for its centuries-old winemaking traditions, 30 concerts of orchestral and chamber music, solo concerts and operas will take place. The festival will be attended by dozens of world-class stars.

The Tsinandali festival has become an initiative of the public and private sectors - the National Tourism Administration and the Silk Road Group. A memorandum of cooperation was signed in January 2017. The founders of the Tsinandali Festival were the founder of the festival in Verbier, Switzerland (Verbier), Martin Engström, his associate, director general of the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra Avi Shoshani and Georgian businessman and philanthropist George Ramishvili.

Director-General of the festival is director David Sakvarelidze, well-known in Georgia, artistic director is Janandrea Nozed, an Italian conductor, currently music director of the US National Symphony Orchestra (in 2021 he will take the post of musical director of the Zurich Opera Theater).

Especially for the festival in Tsinandali was built a music hall for 900 guests, a hotel with 60 rooms, an open amphitheater, a library and all the relevant infrastructure. Within the project, an international music academy was also established in Tsinandali, during which a 60-member youth orchestra was formed.

Tickets for all concerts of the Tsinandali Festival are already available for sale online, on the website TKT.ge


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